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2023.06.02 21:03 adcitymag Leningradsky Railway Station
The most famous railway station is undoubtedly Leningradsky! But how did it come to be, and what was there before? Let's find out!submitted by adcitymag to u/adcitymag [link] [comments]
Interestingly, these surroundings were known as early as the 14th century. Back then, they were called Krasny Prud and belonged to the Moscow Prince Vasily I. However, by 1462, the land came under the ownership of Ivan III, and it became known as Krasnoselskaya Dvortsovaia Sloboda.
The waterfront area was used as pastureland, so by the late 17th century, the territory between the embankment and the pond was a wide field. In the northwest part of the plot stood the travel palace of Alexei Mikhailovich, adorned with a belfry, which is why the vacant lot came to be known as Kalanchevskaya Square.
When the Kamery-Kollegskiy Wall was built, the area became part of the capital and gradually began to be developed. At that time, the area served as a route to Vladimir Land, with the northern part occupied by the Artillery Field Yard, where ammunition was stored and exercises were held.
During the fire of 1812, the complex caught fire due to ammunition explosions. However, the yard was not reconstructed. Part of the plot remained vacant until the mid-19th century when it was decided to build a railway station there.
By the way, the construction of a direct railway connection between Moscow and St. Petersburg began in 1842 when Emperor Nicholas I signed the corresponding decree.
The railway was intended to become the first state-owned double-track line in the country!
Work was carried out simultaneously along the entire length of the line, but sections were opened one by one. For the final station in Moscow, they initially planned to use a plot within the Garden Ring.
They considered areas such as Tverskaya Zastava and Trubnaya. However, this idea was abandoned due to noise and the risk of fire from sparks from the locomotive's chimney. Therefore, the construction committee chose the Kalanchevsky vacant lot on the northeastern outskirts of the city.
In 1843, architect Rudolf Zhelyazevich prepared designs for the intermediate station buildings of the railway. He also proposed his own ideas for organizing the station, but they were not accepted.
They took a different approach, a more complex one. An architectural competition was organized, in which famous specialists such as Alexander Brullov, Nikolay Efimov, and Konstantin Thon participated. By the way, Thon's work was approved by Nicholas I for both terminal stations of the railway.
Construction of the building in Moscow began in 1844 under the guidance of the transportation manager Peter Kleinmikhel, who had disagreements with Thon. Kleinmikhel demanded the use of brickwork with thin seams, which he considered most aesthetically pleasing. However, the architect refused to comply with this directive, fearing a loss of wall integrity and the formation of cracks. As a result of conflicts, in 1847, the work was entrusted to Rudolf Zhelyazevich, who, according to contemporaries, was more accommodating.
The construction was completed in 1851. The building was a stylistic pair with the station in St. Petersburg but smaller in size. Its length was 25 sazhens, and its width was 12 sazhens.
The main facade was located along Kalanchevskaya Square. The central part of the building housed a spacious double-height vestibule. The interiors of the station were adorned with oak parquet floors and Swedish marble stoves, while the toilets were equipped with fireplaces, which was rare. The imperial halls featured massive oak doors and were equipped with mirrored cabinets. The second floor of the main station building was allocated for the apartments of the staff.
Interestingly, the layout of the building followed a class system for passengers. Separate areas were provided for different sections of the population, with identical facilities for each group.
The left platform was separated from the external space by glass arches. Two additional pavilions were adjacent to it, one for serving the royal family and the other for baggage distribution and dispatch.
Both platforms were connected by a transverse platform and vestibule. The railway tracks were connected by turntables for locomotive rearrangement.
Architect Thon planned to symmetrically place two wings for customs and staff quarters on either side of the main station building, but only the first one was implemented.
Thus, the construction of the complex was completed by 1853. It consisted of a three-story main building, a one-story baggage warehouse, and a two-story wing with staff apartments.
The first train arrived at the St. Petersburg Station in Moscow on August 3, 1851, and on the 19th of the same month, Emperor Nicholas I traveled for the first time by rail with his wife and heirs.
Regular train service was opened in November 1851. However, four years later, due to the death of the emperor, the St. Petersburg-Moscow Railway was renamed the Nikolaev Railway. Both terminal stations also received this name.
And now, let's turn to historical images:
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2023.06.02 15:40 BeeEmbarrassed7841 This is a joke right?
A group of 600 uber drivers gathered in Chicago downtown to protest, demanding better working conditions and higher wages. “ Uber released a statement in response: saying that Uber drivers make around $20 dollars and hour after gasoline expenses” Does $18.32 for 2hr 26 min looks like 20 dollars an hour?…….Minimum wage is $15 dollars an hour.submitted by BeeEmbarrassed7841 to UberEATS [link] [comments]
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2023.06.02 04:14 dan-over-land Black bellied whistling ducklings having a field day. St Petersburg, FL. (slowmo)
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2023.06.02 02:36 geekythinker Spotting and a little bit of a period? 😳
Ok so I’m a 58F and my last period was February 2020! (Glorious!) - I’ve been on HRT but taking it every other day. I decided to try the cream a few months back with testosterone and that wasn’t bad just expensive. About a week ago I started taking Menopause Support. This is something I found on Amazon and thought I’d give it a try. I take 1 pull daily (they want you taking 3 but for me right now 1 seems nice.) I’m taking it to help with libido and overall mood. It definitely helps with libido … surprisingly so. :)submitted by geekythinker to Menopause [link] [comments]
Today I noticed something I hadn’t seen in a long while. I’m actually having some spotting! Anyone else take these ingredients or similar and had this happen?
2023.06.02 02:19 hackzubbard 2024 Post-Spring/Pre-Summer Recruiting Overview
|1. 5* Julian Sayin||Carlsbad in Carlsbad, CA (SoCal)||247: #11 , On3: #14, Comp2: #12||One of the most "ready" prospects in the 2024 class, Julian is very skilled at every facet of QB play - might not be the highest ceiling from an NFL perspective but very likely the highest floor. Julian commited to Alabama somewhat out of the blue but has been locked in since and the Tide's primary leader on offense in this class. This is your QB of the Future.|
|1. 4* Kevin Riley||Tuscaloosa County in Northport, AL (Tuscaloosa area)||247: #97, On3: #102, Comp2: #99||A homegrown talent, Riley does it all, running with great balance, breaks contact and gets going in a hurry. Top 3 of Bama, Auburn, UGA - this should end up being an Iron Bowl battle that Alabama wins, though it does appear Riley might take his time. If Alabama pushes hard, he could be a summer commit.|
|2. 4* Daniel Hill||Meridian in Meridian, MS (E MS)||247: #196, On3: #194, Comp2: #195||One of the more unique RB prospects, Daniel Hill is a big bodied guy but plays a ton of receiver as well - not a comparison but could have a Najee Harris-esque roll. Alabama is battling South Carolina here, with the Cocks having some buzz after an early Bama lean. Bama is not done here but might need to press harder.|
|3. 4* Nate Frazier||Mater Dei in Santa Ana, CA (SoCal)||247: #76, On3: #74, Comp2: #75||One of the nation's top RB prospects with some of the best long speed, Nate Frazier will push for #1 back status in 2024. Frazier is pretty wide open currently, being highly desired by both the local west coast school and the SEC powerhouses. I'd have trouble projecting him anywhere yet but it would be really cool if it was Alabama.|
|1. 5* Perry Thompson||Foley in Foley, AL (Mobile area)||247: #27, On3: #29, Comp2: #28||A taller receiver, Perry thrives with straight-line speed and a suprising ability to weave through space - Thompson earned his offer last season in camp routing up 2023 5* DBs. As a high-ranking prospect, Perry is somewhat keeping his options open and will likely take visits but has repeatedly reaffirmed his commit - Alabama's steady pursuit should allow them to hold on.|
|2. 4* Rico Scott||Bishop McDevitt in Harrisburg, PA (Cent PA)||247: #372, On3: #289, Comp2: #330||A real smooth operator - plays RB and WR and is at his best going up the field. A bit of a suprise to some, Bama had seen him previously in camp and then watched his fall progress and saw what they needed to pull the trigger. I think we'll finish in the top 150-170|
|1. 4* Amari Jefferson||Baylor School in Chattanooga, TN||247: #270, On3: #288, Comp2: #279||My favorite realistic WR addition - his vertical and lateral speed POP off the screen, looks like a top 75 guy. Currently a Tennessee baseball commit, football is his likely future, as Alabama and Georgia battle it out. This will be a tough battle but one I very much hope the Tide wins.|
|2. 4* Aeryn Hampton||Carthage in Carthage, TX (E TX)||247: #116, On3: #126, Comp2: #121||More fast than quick, Aeryn runs like a RB, weaving through traffic and hitting the jets. Aeryn has been up-front about his love for Alabama and has narrowed his list to Bama and Texas, his former commitment. Aeryn has the green light to commit but seems like a guy who could go back and forth so unclear where this ends up.|
|3. 4* Cam Coleman||Central in Phenix City, AL (E AL)||247: #54, On3: #25, Comp2: #38||This guy's the real deal - big bodied but with slot speed and one of the best high-pointers in the class. Alabama's been trying to get him on campus and he's been uninterested, so the communication has been laid back. Cam and Perry Thompson kinda fill the same role so it's not a huge concern but Auburn is leading here and would give Hugh Freeze a real weapon.|
|1. 4* Caleb Odom||Carrollton in Carrollton, GA (W GA)||247: #85, On3: #69, Comp2: #77||A true mismatch nightmare, Odom is a true receiving threat TE, big bodied with room to grow but a little slender currently. Caleb is kinda wide open at the moment but this feels like one where Bama should start to push, with UGA snagging two of their targets in Jaden Reddell and Colton Heinrich|
|1. 4* OT Daniel Calhoun||Walton in Marietta, GA (Atlanta Metro)||247: #86, On3: #106, Comp2: #96||A mammoth of a prospect, Calhoun has the look of a SEC lineman, able to play on the left or right side of the offensive line. Top 3 of Bama, UGA, and Texas but suprise suprise, this looks like another Bama/UGA battle. Feel better about Bama in this one but it's close and OVs will be big.|
|2. 4* IOL Casey Poe||Lindale in Lindale, TX (E TX)||247: #142, On3: #134, Comp2: #138||One of the most coveted interior prospects, Poe boasts both a mean streak as well as the ability to move the center, making him about as A1 as you can get for an interior OL prospect. Top 3 currently would be Alabama, Oklahoma, and UGA. Will be a tough battle but Alabama is the perceived leader heading into visits. Bama REALLY wants him.|
|3. 4* OL Jordan Seaton||IMG Academy in Bradenton, FL (Originally from Washington DC)||247: #41, On3: #42, Comp2: #41||Big, athletic frame who could end up playing inside or out - Seaton prefers OT but somecurrently leaning towards IOL. Ohio State was and is very involved but Bama/UGA feel like the primary players since making the move to IMG. I believe he visited for the A-Day game and it certainly seems like Bama will be an option until the end here.|
|4. 4* OT Marques Easley||Kankakee in Kankakee, IL (NE IL)||247: #263, On3: #240, Comp2: #251||A longer and leaner tackle prospect, Bama and UGA are again involved with Tennessee being the 3rd team in the mix, as well as the possible leader. Despite the Vols' early lead, this one can really go any direction after visits.|
|5. 4* OT Weston Davis||Beaumont United in Beaumont, TX (SE TX)||247: #180, On3: #124, Comp2: #152||A basketball-first prospect with high-upside as an OT, Davis has some interest in Bama but local programs like Texas A&M are getting some good recent buzz. Think it'll be paramount for Weston to camp.|
|1. 4* DE Jeremiah Beamon||Parker in Birmingham, AL||247: #103, On3: #98, Comp2: #100||Alabama's most recent commitment, Jeremiah is a FORCE rushing the passer, a little undersized with plenty of room to grow before a potential reneissance. If that sounds like Quinnen Williams, it's because that's the comp he's been getting. Many thought he'd be a sooner or later kinda commit and he went ahead and stopped messing around.|
|1. 5* DE Eddrick Houston||Buford in Buford, GA (Atlanta Metro)||247: #15, On3: #15, Comp2: #15||High upside, athleticism, and flexibility - bit of a tweener for the Saban defense who could slim down to an Anfernee Jennings role and add some weight to try and emulate Jonathan Allen. Another prospect that I think comes down to Bama and UGA, I feel better about Bama's chances here than with Eddrick's Buford teammate, KJ Bolden.|
|2. 4* DT Terrance Hibler||Holmes County Central in Lexington, MS (Cent MS)||247: #281, On3: #368, Comp2: #324||A bit undersized, Terrance makes up for it with violence, punch, and pure 'want-to'. Alabama has made a great early impression, alongside local Miss State, and the Tide are in a great spot if they choose to push here.|
|3. 3* DE Utah Commit Isaia Faga||Central in Phenix City, AL (E AL)||247: #733, On3: #676, Comp2: #704||Alabama has seen some recent success with Pacific Island players but it's rare to have one so local. Isaia excels at getting through traffic and getting into the backfield. Isaia's uncle is the Utah DL coach, leading to the early commitment, but Alabama is interested in seeing him camp and who knows where it could go from there.|
|1. 4* Cayden Jones||Christ School in Arden, NC (W NC)||247: #147, On3: #171, Comp2: #159||Alabama has been looking more and more at hybrid LB types who could end up on the EDGE or off-ball (Jihaad Campell, Qua Russaw) - Cayden Jones is another, playing a ton off-ball and walking down to the edge and will likely project into a Terrell Lewis/Dallas Turner - type role. Since last year, Cayden had been up-front about wanting the green light to commit and jumped on it when he got the chance.|
|1. 5* Dylan Stewart||Friendship Collegiate Academy in Washington DC||247: #10, On3: #9, Comp2: #9||Maybe the top pure Edge guy, Dylan reminds me of Keon Keeley from last cycle; similar build, bend and length. Visits to Alabama, Ohio State, Miami, South Carolina and UGA have put all 5 in contention, similar to Keeley. I'd give the Gamecocks and Hurricanes the edge going into the summer but Alabama is RIGHT there and another visit to campus could flip the script.|
|2. 4* Jordan Ross||Vestavia Hills in Birmingham, AL||247: #38, On3: #33, Comp2: #35||A high-end Edge, Jordan flashes natural talent that can only grow with development. A little undersized, Alabama has told him to gain weight and camp prior to a serious pursuit, giving UGA and Tennessee an early lead. This could change quickly this summer, as Jordan finds his way onto campus.|
|3. 5* Colin Simmons||Duncanville in Duncanville, TX (DFW Metro)||247: #4, On3: #3, Comp2: #3||One of the Nation's top athletes, Simmons effortlessly flies around off the edge. LSU and Texas are battling it out thus far but Alabama will continue to work here.|
|1. 4* Sterling Dixon||Mobile Christian School in Mobile, AL||247: #188, On3: #164, Comp2: #176||Similar to Cayden Jones, Sterling is another hybrid type - beginning as an edge type with some off-ball experience, Sterling will transition to ILB this offseason for Mobile Christian and then at Alabama. A long-time commit, Sterling will take some visits but there's not a huge concern there.|
|1. 5* UGA Commit Demarcus Riddick||Chilton County in Clanton, AL (Cent AL)||247: #25, On3: #38, Comp2: #31||Demarcus is an excellent example of a modern LB and exactly what Alabama wants from the position: excellent weaving through traffic, sideline-to-sideline movement and can shade down to rush the passer. An early UGA commit, the strength of that commitment has wavered significantly and while there's still some work to do, the feeling is he could very likely flip to Alabama over the summer.|
|2. 5* Justin Williams||Oak Ridge in Conroe, TX (Houston area)||247: #13, On3: #12, Comp2: #12||Similarly archetypal LB prospect: a bit slight at the moment, he makes up for it with WR-level speed and burst, making him a real weapon against a high-powered offense. Oregon, Alabama, and UGA are the likely top 3 - Bama made a good impression this spring but needs to get him back on campus ASAP - feels like UGA could swoop in here if Riddick flips.|
|3. 4* Bradley Shaw||Hoover in Hoover, AL (Birmingham area)||247: #176, On3: #139, Comp2: #157||More of a traditional ILB, football IQ and sure tackling give him a Shaun Dion Hamilton feel. Alabama, Auburn, and UGA are the top 3 schools and this feels like Iron Bowl battle, where Alabama will win or lose based on how they push to reel him in.|
|1. 5* CB Jaylen Mbakwe||Clay-Chalkville in Pinson, AL (Birmingham area)||247: #19, On3: #17, Comp2: #18||A legitimate two-way player, Mbakwe, like Kool-Aid before him, could have been a 5* WR as well as DB but prefers defense. Jaylen is the defensive leader of the class and will be pretty instrumental in how the defensive class comes together.|
|1. 5* CB Charles Lester III||Riverview in Sarasota, FL (Cent FL)||247: #16, On3: #19, Comp2: #17||An all-around athlete with the ability to play multiple DB positions, CL3 could be commited or off the board at any moment. There's a clear interest in Alabama on his end but the Tide have yet to really push, leaving the door wide open for FSU. He OVs on June 3rd so it's likely that we'll have a better idea of where Bama goes after that.|
|2. 4* CB Jameer Grimsley||Tampa Catholic in Tampa, FL||247: #230, On3: #195, Comp2: #212||Somewhat of the prototypical Saban corner, with a long and lean build and a wingspan for days. Jameer has seen his recruitment skyrocket this spring and schools like Bama, FSU, and Penn State are pushing. Bama's got a great shot for this prospect who should continue to rise.|
|3. 4* S UGA Commit Peyton Woodward||St. John Bosco in Bellflower, CA (SoCal)||247: #69, On3: #70, Comp2: #69||Peyton shows good play speed and flows to the target in run defense; a good balanced safety. Peyton has not been shy about letting other programs try to flip him from the Dawgs and his family is full of Alabama fans, making the Tide a very possible flip option.|
|4. 4* CB Zabien Brown||Mater Dei in Santa Ana, CA (SoCal)||247: #57, On3: #56 , Comp2: #56||Zabien is a physical pass defender who excels at getting in passing lanes and making plays on the ball - not a specimen but a true competitor. As a Mater Dei kid, the axiom has been USC most often has first right of refusal so we'll see how the summer visits go and if Bama can/will make a push here.|
|5. 5* S KJ Bolden||Buford in Buford, GA (Atlanta Metro)||247: #8, On3: #5, Comp2: #6||Likely the top DB in the 2024 class, KJ is how they come; a true 5* safety. UGA has a healthy lead thus far but Bama (alongside others) will have a chance to fight back during summer OVs|
|6. 5* CB UGA Commit Ellis Robinson IV||IMG Academy in Bradenton, FL (Originally from CT)||247: #5, On3: #7, Comp2: #6||One of the stickiest DBs in the class, Ellis was the other 5* CB alongside Alabama freshman Desmond Ricks at IMG in 2023. Alabama led early but UGA got the momentum and the commitment. It's likely Ellis will take visits, including a potential OV to Alabama, but I would not predict a flip to Alabama at this time or in the future.|
2023.06.01 23:30 QuamObCausam Anyone else's app showing their Warehouses are "currently closed"?
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2023.05.31 21:03 ImperialIIClass Weathervanes listening events at your local record stores - Wednesday, June 7th
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2023.05.31 21:01 RebelliousPlatypus Elkhart Fish Fest June 3rd
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Come check out the Elkhart fish fest this Saturday. There will also be free fishing poles and a "fishing clinic " held from 10-12 at high dive pavilion.
2023.05.31 20:08 Apostr0phe Unknown Mortal Orchestra announces new Fall US tour dates
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