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Leas Lift, a water and gravity powered funicular railway in Folkestone

Published 16 days ago in Vehicles. Submitted by sux2bu

Originally installed in 1885, in Folkestone, Kent, the Grade II Listed Leas Lift is a funicular railway which carries passengers between the seafront and the promenade. It is one of the oldest water lifts in the UK.
The lift operates using water and gravity and is controlled from a small cabin at the top of the cliff. It has carried more than 50 million people since it opened, in a process that is especially energy efficient. The lift has a very small carbon footprint, as it emits no pollution and recycles all of the water used to drive the cars.
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McHive – the world’s smallest McDonald’s

Published 16 days ago in Inspirational. Submitted by sux2bu

Some of McDonald’s restaurants in Sweden have beehives on their rooftops. The initiative started out locally with one beehive but has this year grown to five beehives. To celebrate the initiative which is part of McDonald’s Swedens sustainability work, they created wh…
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Any firearms in the vehicle today?

Published 19 days ago in Parodies. Submitted by sux2bu

That would just be my luck.

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A windy but sunny day at the Elbag Canal, Poland.

Published 20 days ago in Awesome. Submitted by sux2bu

I like boats, I like elevators, I like cable cars. Hold my beer I got an idea.
Beats the hell out of a staircase of locks and is bi-directional to boot.

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World’s First Hydrogen Boat - Energy Observer

Published 20 days ago in Technology. Submitted by sux2bu

This is the energy observer, the first autonomous hydrogen boat to sail the seas.
Powered by solar, hydrogen, wind and water energy, the white catamaran will take six years to tour the world.
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