rusting train

Me, Doing College Theatre: “Why do we keep doing all these Weird as Shit™ shows? Wouldn’t we get more butts in seats if we did musicals?”

Me, now, doing Butts-in-Seats-Musicals: “Hokay, please direct me towards the Weird Shit. I would like one Weird Shit Play, please.”


Mullingar Westmeath Ireland 19th April 2016 by loose_grip_99
Via Flickr:
“Hoffmann GNR (I)” A close up of the rusting frames, axlebox & suspension of the Great Northern Railway (Ireland) steam locomotive tender lying abandoned in the yard of the equally abandoned engine shed at Mullingar. I assume it belongs to the Railway Preservation Society of Ireland who used to have this as a base but now appears to be concentrating all its preservation efforts at Whitehead, near Belfast & Dublin Connolly. A SR article from January 2017 states that it was built in 1948 to run with Class U or UG locos. RPSI are thinking about using it for the Class W Mogul they are building. The shed is alongside the abandoned MGWR line to Athlone which opened in 1851 as the first line to Galway.

Who You Are (Part 5)

Originally posted by bubblyholland

Pairing: Peter Parker x Reader

Word Count: 2,793

Warning: swearing, violence, making out ;)

Summary: You are on a mission of your own when you get caught by a certain superhero.

A/N: For some reason I always post at 11 o’clock at night. I have no idea why….Sorry for the long wait! I’ve been really busy with school, but I got it done! :)

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When you had come up with the idea of Peter helping you learn to defend yourself, you didn’t realize how hard it would actually be. Ok, this should be easy enough, you think right before you punch the bag.

“Shit! That really hurts. Ow. Fuck.” You say, shaking your gloved hand out and jumping around while cradling your dominant hand into your chest.

“You’re lucky you didn’t break your hand. You punched with your thumb tucked it.” Peter says standing to your right with his arms crossed.

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Class 71 by Steven Barker
Via Flickr:
The sole surviving electric class 71 locomotive E5001 , in a sorry state , outside the Shildon branch of the National Railway Museum .