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Old Street station

Old Street station is a central London National Rail and London Underground station. It is at the junction of Old Street and City Road. This is just north of the City of London. It is on the border between the boroughs of Islington and Hackney. T ...

                                               

Ongar railway station

Ongar tube station is a former London Underground station in the town of Chipping Ongar, Essex. Until its closure in 1994, it was the easternmost point of the Central line, and from 1961 until its closure in 1994 it held the distinction of being ...

                                               

Ontario Highway 21

Ontario Highway 21, also called Kings Highway 21, is a provincial highway in southwestern Ontario, Canada. It starts near Ontario Highway 402, almost half way between Sarnia and London. It runs north/northeast for 227 kilometres and ends in Owen ...

                                               

Ontario Highway 24

Ontario Highway 24 is a provincial highway in Ontario, Canada. It runs from south to north. It starts at Highway 3 in Norfolk County and ends in Collingwood, near the southern part of Cambridge. There are many accidents on the part of the highway ...

                                               

Ontario Highway 33

Ontario Highway 33 or Kings Highway 33 is a provincial highway in Ontario, Canada. It runs from west to east and is 60.9 kilometers long. It starts at Highway 62 in Bloomfield in Prince Edward County. At Glenora, the highway crosses the Bay of Qu ...

                                               

Ontario Highway 401

Ontario Highway 401, also called Kings Highway 401, is a provincial highway in southern Ontario, Canada. It is 817.9 kilometres long. It starts near Ontarios border with Quebec, where the road is called Quebec Autoroute 20. The western end of the ...

                                               

Ontario Highway 402

Ontario Highway 402, also called Kings Highway 402, is a provincial highway in southwestern Ontario, Canada. It connects the Blue Water Bridge in Sarnia and Ontario Highway 401 in London. The highway runs mostly east-west. The only large municipa ...

                                               

Opel Antara

The Opel Antara is a compact CUV from the General Motors German automaker Opel since 2006. The Antara replaced the Opel Frontera a badge engineered version of the compact Isuzu Rodeo SUV. It was sold as the second generation Saturn Vue, as a flee ...

                                               

Opel Insignia

The Opel Insignia is a car produced by the German carmaker Opel since 2008. its available as a hatchback, saloon or an estate. Like many Opel models, it is sold as a Vauxhall in the United Kingdom. In the North American market it has sold as the ...

                                               

Opel Signum

The Opel Signum is a car produced by Opel. It was a more upmarket version of the Vectra that it was based on and it arrived in 2003 with a facelift in 2005 and was discontinued in 2008 with no replacement. It was sold in the UK as the Vauxhall Si ...

                                               

Opel Sintra

The Opel Sintra is an Large MPV produced by the German automaker Opel from 1996 to 1999. The Sintra is branded as Opel in Europe and Vauxhall in Great Britain. The reason for the Sintra to end production was because EuroNCAP tested a 1998 model a ...

                                               

Opel Vectra

Opel Vectra was a car produced by the German carmaker Opel from 1988 through 2008 and branded as Opel in Europe, Vauxhall in Great Britain, Holden in Australia and in New Zealand, and Chevrolet in Latin America. It was produced from August 1988 t ...

                                               

Opel Zafira

Opel Zafira is a car produced by the German carmaker Opel since 1999, and is branded as Vauxhall Zafira in Great Britain. It currently in its third generation.

                                               

Orlando International Airport

Orlando International Airport is a major international airport in Orlando, Florida. It is the second busiest airport in Florida. Miami International Airport is the busiest. It is the 13th busiest airport in the United States and the 29th busiest ...

                                               

Otopeni Airport

Otopeni Airport is the airport with the most traffic in Romania, and it is based in Otopeni, a city which is 16.5 km from the center of Bucharest. In 2018, the airport had 13.824.830 total passengers.

                                               

Outerbridge Crossing

The Outerbridge Crossing is a cantilever bridge that connects Perth Amboy, New Jersey and Staten Island, New York. It was designed by John Alexander Low Waddell and built by the Port of New York Authority. It opened on June 29, 1928, the same day ...

                                               

Oxford Circus tube station

Oxford Circus is a London Underground station serving Oxford Circus at the junction of Regent Street and Oxford Street, with entrances on all four corners of the intersection. The station is an interchange between the Central, Victoria and Bakerl ...

                                               

Pacific Electric Railway

The Pacific Electric Railway Company was a private transportation system in Los Angeles, California. It started when Henry E. Huntington began building and buying streetcar railroads in and around Los Angeles to help people reach his properties. ...

                                               

Pakenham railway line, Melbourne

The Pakenham Railway Line is a Railway in Melbourne, Victoria. It has 25 stations. It was run by M-Train until April 17, 2004, where Connex took over all Melbourne rail services.

                                               

Pakistan International Airlines

Pakistan International Airlines Corporation, more commonly known as Pakistan International Airlines or PIA, is the flag carrier and national airline of Pakistan.

                                               

Paris Metro

The Paris Metro or Metropolitain is a rapid transit system in Paris, France. The network is mostly underground. It has 19 lines, which together are 225.1 km long. There are 304 stations. 17 of these lines are owned by RATP and 2 by Paris Airport. ...

                                               

Pearson Air Museum

The Pearson Air Museum is an airplane museum at Pearson Field Airport in Vancouver, Washington, USA. The museum and Pearson Field, and the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, are all part of the Vancouver National Historic Reserve.

                                               

Peugeot 206

The Peugeot 206 is a car made by the French company Peugeot from 1998 to 2013 in Europe with production ongoing in some markets. The car came in 3 or 5-door hatchback models with a hard-top convertible version added in 2000 and an estate version ...

                                               

Peugeot 207

The Peugeot 207 is a car produced by Peugeot from 2006 to 2014. It is available with 4-cylinder petrol and diesel engines. It is based on the same platform as the Citroen C3. It was sold as a 3 or 5-door hatchback with a hard-top convertible and ...

                                               

Peugeot 306

The Peugeot 306 is a car produced by Peugeot. It replaced the Peugeot 309 in 1993, facelifted in 1997 with an estate version added and in 2001 was replaced by the Peugeot 307. Although estate and cabriolet models were made until 2002.

                                               

Peugeot 307

The Peugeot 307 is a car produced by Peugeot. It replaced the 306 in 2001, facelifted in 2005 and replaced in 2007 by the 308. The platform of the 307 were also used for the Citroen C4. The model sold well but didnt have great reliability althoug ...

                                               

Peugeot 406

The Peugeot 406 was a car produced by Peugeot. It replaced the 405 in 1995 with an estate and coupe models added in 1997, facelifted in 1999 and in 2004 it was replaced by the 407.

                                               

Philadelphia International Airport

The Philadelphia International Airport is an important airport in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It is the biggest airport in the state and in the Delaware Valley. Starting around 1924 or 1925, the Pennsylvania National Guard began using what is now ...

                                               

Pickup truck

The back of the truck is open, like some other types of trucks. It is very powerful for its small size. Pickup trucks have different shapes, sizes, and uses. Sometimes people would go ride in the back of the trucks to work. The back of the truck ...

                                               

Pimlico tube station

Pimlico is a London Underground station in Pimlico, City of Westminster. It is on the Victoria Line between Victoria and Vauxhall in Zone 1. The station opened on 14 September 1972 more than a year after the rest of the line had become fully oper ...

                                               

Pioneer 11

Pioneer 11 was the second mission to visit Jupiter and the first mission to visit Saturn. The spacecraft was launched on April 6, 1973 and flew by Jupiter on December 4, 1974 and Saturn on September 1, 1979. The probe was last heard from November ...

                                               

Plaxton Beaver

The Plaxton Beaver, is a series of step-entrance minibus bodies built by Plaxton. The first Beaver was built between 1987-1995 mainly on Mercedes-Benz van chassis such as the 709D and 811D. It was also built on the Renault S56 and Renault S75 cha ...

                                               

Pontiac Aztek

The Pontiac Aztek was a mid-size crossover sold by the Pontiac division of General Motors from 2001-2005. The vehicle was GMs first venture into the crossover market. It also had a twin the Buick Rendezvous. Both were built on the GMs minivan pla ...

                                               

Pontiac Sunfire

The Pontiac Sunfire was a car produced by Pontiac from 1995 through 2005. The Sunfire succeeded the Pontiac Sunbird and was succeeded by the Pontiac G5. The Sunfire was also purchased in a sedan, convertible or coupe. Much like its twin the Caval ...

                                               

Pontiac Vibe

The Pontiac Vibe was a compact car made by General Motors with Toyota at New United Motor Manufacturing plant in Freemont, California. It was only sold as a five-door hatchback. The Vibe has the same engine and parts as the Toyota Matrix and Toyo ...

                                               

Pontoon bridge

A pontoon bridge is a bridge that floats on water. It is a floating bridge with barges or boats to support the bridge deck. Pontoon bridges are usually temporary structures, but some are used for long periods. Permanent floating bridges are usefu ...

                                               

Precision Approach Path Indicator

The Precision Approach Path Indicator is a visual system next to the touch-point on a runway. The purpose of the system is to lead a plane in correct approach. The PAPI creates ray of light which gives pilot information about his actual height. P ...

                                               

Proton (rocket family)

Proton is an expandable launch vehicle used for both commercial and Russian government launches. It is still in use as of 2018. All Protons are built at Khrunichev State Research and Production Space Center, and are then launched from Baikonur Co ...

                                               

Pudding Mill Lane DLR station

Pudding Mill Lane is a Docklands Light Railway station in Stratford, London, England. The station is located on the DLRs Stratford branch, between Bow Church and Stratford stations and is on the boundary between Travelcard Zone 2 and Zone 3.

                                               

Qantas

Qantas is the flag carrier airline of Australia with its headquarters close to Kingsford Smith Airport in Sydney. It is the second oldest continuously operating airline in the world. Qantas is commonly known as the "Flying Kangaroo" because of it ...

                                               

Qingzang railway

The Qingzang railway is a railway line from Xining, Qinghai Province, to Lhasa in Tibet. The line includes the Tanggula Pass, at 5.072 m 16.640 feet above sea level the worlds highest rail track and Tanggula Railway Station which is the highest r ...

                                               

Quezon Avenue

Quezon Avenue is an important road in the area of Metro Manila in the Philippines. With 6 to 14 lanes, it measures 7.1 kilometers long. It starts at the ellipse-shaped Quezon Memorial Circle in Quezon City and ends at the circle-shaped Welcome Ro ...

                                               

R101

The R101 was an airship which crashed in 1930 in France, killing 48 people. English socialist government of the time had planned to build airships for the imperial route London-Cairo-Bombay-Canada-Australia-New York-London. It was an ambitious pr ...

                                               

Rail transport

Rail transport is the movement of passengers and goods using wheeled vehicles, made to run on railway tracks. In most countries, this transportation method helps trade and economic growth. Railways or railroads provide an energy-efficient way to ...

                                               

Railfan

A railfan is a person who likes railways and trains. Railfans like to take pictures of trains. They also like to watch trains. Some railfans make models of railways. These are called model railways. Some railfans like to study the history of rail ...

                                               

Railroad company

A railroad company or railway company is an organization that operates a railroad track or trains. The company can either be private or public. Some railway companies operate both the trains and the track. In other cases, particularly in European ...

                                               

The Railway Magazine

The Railway Magazine is a monthly British railway magazine, aimed at the railway enthusiast market, that has been published in London since July 1897. As of 2010 it has been, for three years running, the railway magazine with the largest circulat ...

                                               

Railway track

A railway track or railway line is a set of two parallel rows of long pieces of steel. They are used by trains to transport people and things from one place to another. Often, there is more than one set of tracks on the railway line. For example, ...

                                               

Reading railway station

Reading railway station is a major rail junction and station in the English town of Reading. It is on the northern edge of the town centre, close to the main retail and commercial areas, and also the River Thames. Next to the railway station is a ...

                                               

Regional Railways

Regional Railways was one of the three passenger sectors of British Rail. It was created in 1982. It finished operation in 1996, two years after privatisation. The sector was originally called Provincial.

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