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Historic Norwich & Power Transmission, album created on February  8, 2016

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Hartford Faience & Related Items, album created on October  6, 2015

[This album contains some pictures of my own and others which have been found online, many are from historical documents and maps.] The Hartford Faience Company was incorporated in 1894 (Hartford, CT) and produced tiles for mantel designs and later specialized in the manufacture of electrical porcelain. Around 1920-1940, most new additions to the factory had been completed and the factory was in the height of its production and size. At its prime, the company operated 10 beehive style kilns in…

Trains of New England, album created on October  6, 2015

Here is a collection of pictures and videos of trains I have spotted here in New England!

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Hartford Faience Sun Worshippers Over Mantel - 12 months ago

I made a short video on the award winning decorative over mantel “The Sun Worshippers”. The “Sun Worshippers” was made by The Hartford Faience Co. (Hartford, CT). It was displayed at the 1904 St. Louis World’s Fair and disappeared shortly after. The only photographs available are black and white, however there is a colorized view of the over mantel in the video. Cheers! Watch Here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lt7i8coTgkM


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Saving Our Ipernity ...

As you are already aware ipernity is under threat of closure.

However, I’m pleased to say that a crowdfunding campaign has been initiated to raise funds to secure the platform's short term future in the first instance, but ultimately with a view to acquiring it for the community.

Many have already made a donation, myself included, and the campaign has got off to a great start, but there is still a way to go and less than a fortnight to reach the target … otherwise the site will almost certainly close.

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This is a unique opportunity then for everyone who loves ipernity and who wants it to not only survive, but to become somewhere we can call home for many years to come to help secure its future. Yes, there are still questions to be answered and hurdles to be overcome, but together we really can make a difference.

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8 months ago.
Greg G.
Greg G.
I made a short video on the award winning decorative over mantel “The Sun Worshippers”. The “Sun Worshippers” was made by The Hartford Faience Co. (Hartford, CT). It was displayed at the 1904 St. Louis World’s Fair and disappeared shortly after. The only photographs available are black and white, however there is a colorized view of the over mantel in the video. Cheers!

www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lt7i8coTgkM
12 months ago.
Gerardo
Gerardo
Grazie per la visita !
2 years ago.
Zato
Zato
♪ ♫ Thank you for your visit and the best greetings from Switzerland sends Zato! ♪ ♫
3 years ago.
Greg G.
Greg G.
Welcome to my small corner of Ipernity!! I am interested in trains, insulators, early high tension lines and the Hartford Faience Co. Feel free to drop a comment and I will try to get back to you as soon as I can. Thanks for stopping by!
3 years ago. Edited 2 years ago.

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