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2004 AtariAge Holiday Qb Cart Contest

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This isn't a landmark (it's my house), but is noteworthy. It snowed on Chrismas eve in Houston this year, the first snow in 15 years.
The Batman roller coaster at Six Flags Astroworld.
Astrodome, former home of the Astros and Oilers. Now home to nothing. Reliant Stadium, home of the Houston Texans and the 2004 Super Bowl
The Barbeque Hall of Flame
 The National Tree, all lit up. Washington Monument and the National Tree (not lit at the time).
 Back entrance to the Whtie House.
Jacob Rose
The capitol dome with all the construction for the new visitor center (for purposes of "homeland security"). George Washington's er, monument. note the change in color halfway up due to the interruption in construction caused by the Civil War.
"King and Queen" by Henry Moore, in the Hirshhorn Sculpture Garden. The original Smithsonian Institution building, commonly called "The Castle".
Jamie Green
Main Street Bridge (also known as the John T. Alsop bridge) in Jacksonville, Florida, crossing the St. Johns River (the only river besides the Nile that flows north). Friendship Park, downtown Jacksonville, Florida, with the Friendship Fountain in the foreground.
John Thurber
City of Woodbury, NJ, World War II Memorial. Anne Whitall House, built in 1748.
Cannon at Fort Mercer, NJ, Gloucester County. Delaware River and City of Philadelphia in the background.
Close up, red Bank Battlefield Monument, National Park, NJ. Red Bank Battlefield Monument, National Park, NJ.
My local White Castle in my neighborhood.  White Castle is a fast food chain only located in a few select cities in the east and mid-west.  They are known for their small burgers cooked in onions. The butterfly sculpture in the Ames School Butterfly Garden, located in my neighborhood.
One of the entrances to the St. Louis Zoo, also located in Forest Park. In front of a statue at the entrance to the St. Louis Art Museum in Forest Park.
The statue of St. Louis, the namesake of the city, across the street from the art museum. The International Bowling Hall of Fame, located across the street from the stadium.
In front of Busch Stadium, home of the Cardinals.  The statue is of Cards' hall of famer Stan Musial.  Alas, this stadium will be demolished soon and a new one built by 2006. A shot in front of the Old Court House, with the Gateway Arch in the background.
In between a part of Richard Serra's sculpture Twain.  The sculpture is on a lot behind the civil courts building, seen in the background.  The sculpture is controversial as it is basically a bunch of rusting metal walls.  But some art people in the area seem to love it. Finally, Crown Candy Kitchen, also in my neighborhood.  They are famous for their ice cream and malted milkshakes.
Mark Marrese
The "T" - The Mass Transit or "T" is the oldest subway in the US. Old State House - Once the tallest building in Boston.
Old North Church - "One if by land, Two if by Sea". Paul Revere Statue - located in the North End of Boston.
Big Dig - Location where the old expressway used to be. The expressway is now all underground. FleetCenter - Home the Boston Bruins and Boston Celtics.
John Hancock Building - Tallest Building in New England. Famous Citgo Sign - Can be seen above the Green Monster at Fenway Park.
Fenway Park - Home of the 2004 World Series Champions Boston Red Sox. Oldest ballpark in Major League Baseball. Gillete Stadium - Foxboro, Ma - Home of the Super Bowl 36 and 38 champion New England Patriots.
Nick Glatt
This photo is of the Train Trestle Bridge. Located in Letchworth State Park in Portageville NY.  It was rebuilt to replace the worlds longest wooden bridge that burned down. in 1875. The Bridge is 800 ft long 234 high. This photo is of a Landmark sign for the Train Trestle Bridge. Located in Letchworth State Park in Portageville NY.  The sign speaks for itself!
This photo is a small portion of the scenic views of  the Letchworth State Park Gorge. Its Located in Letchworth State Park in Castile NY.  The Genesee River runs thorugh the entire lentgh of the Gorge.  Letchworth State park is also known as the Grand Canyon of the East.  This photo is of the Glen Iris Inn built in 1828. Located in Letchworth State Park in Castile NY.  It was the former home and country retreat of William Pryor Letchworth.  Mr Letchworth donated the house and his huge estate to NY State as park in 1907.
This photo is of the the middle falls of the Genesee River Located in Letchworth State Park in Castile NY.  There are two others falls located in the park. The Upper and the lower falls. This photo is of the Civil War Mounument Dedicated to the First New York State Dragoons Volunteers. Located in Letchworth State Park in Castile NY.  It was erected in 1903.
This photo is of the Year Round(frozen) fountain in the Gold Fish Pond. Located in Letchworth State Park in Castile NY.  If you look from above or out the third story window in the Glen Iris Inn(Next door) You will notice that the pond was made in the shape of NY state. 
Ric Pryor
The first Pizza Hut, located on the campus of Wichita State University. Joyland Amusement Park in south Wichita. It was recently sold at auction because the owners weren't making their mortgage payments.
Rob Mundschau
The attached picture was taken in Harvard,IL standing next to Harmilda the cow. Harmilda is the local mascot for the Harvard Milk Day festival. The biggest event of the year in the dairy capital of the world, Harvard Illinois. Milk Days is held on the first weekend of June every year for the past 62 years. There is a parade, a beauty contest, a carnival, and other events.
Forest Glenn Observation Tower. Forest Glenn Observation Tower.
Steven Lucas
The Old State Capitol Building in Springfield, IL. Thomas Rees Memorial Calliron at Washington Park in Springfield, IL.
The Abraham Lincoln Presidental Library in Springfield, IL. Lincoln's Tomb at the Oak Ridge Cemetary in Springfield, IL.
An odd sculpture, these pillars are actually just sitting on each other and are not attached together. Seen at the Univ. of IL Springfield. The house of our 16th American President, Abe Lincoln in Springfield.
The Illinois State Capitol, filming location for Legally Blonde 2, also made tragic national headlines when a mentally ill person walked in and shot a guard to death late last year. The Illinois State Supreme Court Building in Springfield, IL.
The Dana-Thomas House - designed by famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright. The governor's mansion in Springfield, Illinois, where Gov. Rod Blagojevich DOES NOT live.
Tommy Faso
Rockefeller Plaza in New York City. Another shot of Rockefeller Plaza.
Bryant Park in New York City. Bryant Park in New York City.

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