the Chishui (Chishui River (Southwest China)) River, Yuchan scenic spot, Spring and Autumn Temple, etc. The Taiping Ferry Museum for the Red Army (People's Liberation Army)’s Four-time Crossing the Chishui River is nominated the “National Demonstration base for patriotic education” by the central Propaganda Ministry in 2001. Moreover, the Sci-tech Park of Luzhou Vintage is the national industry tourism demonstration spot and Luzhou Zhangba Longan Orchard is the national agricultural tourism spot
scenic spot, Spring and Autumn Temple, etc. The Taiping Ferry Museum for the Red Army (People's Liberation Army)’s Four-time Crossing the Chishui River is nominated the “National Demonstration base for patriotic education” by the central Propaganda Ministry in 2001. Moreover, the Sci-tech Park of Luzhou Vintage is the national industry tourism demonstration spot and Luzhou Zhangba Longan Orchard is the national agricultural tourism spot. Some other famous tourist attractions are available
; that were negotiated by industries and submitted for government approval under the National Industry Recovery Act of 1933. The argument boils down to assumptions that progressives at the NRA allowed majority coalitions of small, high-cost firms to impose codes in heterogeneous industries, and that these codes were designed by the high-cost firms under an ultimately erroneous belief that they would be enforced by the NRA. Barbara J. Alexander, "Failed Cooperation in Heterogeneous
s and slopes of Craven are greatly involved in the history of sheep particularly in the history of wool (Wool#History). After 5000 BC the Neolothic farming movement introduced domesticated sheep, '''Embsay''' is a village in the Craven district of North Yorkshire, England and is situated about 2 miles north-east of Skipton. The village is grouped with the neighbouring village of Eastby in the civil parish of Embsay with Eastby, which has a population of 1,758. Office for National Statistics : ''Census 2001 : Parish Headcounts : Craven'' Retrieved 2009-09-18 thumb The parish church of St Thomas, Sutton-on-Craven, built 1868-69 (File:Church of St Thomas, Sutton in Craven.jpg) '''Sutton-in-Craven''' is a village and civil parish (civil parishes in England) in the Craven district of North Yorkshire, England that is situated in the Aire Valley (River Aire) between Skipton and Keighley. In 2001 the population was 3,480. Sutton-in-Craven Parish Council retrieved 2011-06-25 The village is adjacent to Glusburn and Cross Hills, but although these three effectively form a small town, Sutton village maintains its distinct identity. '''Litton''' is a village and civil parish in the Craven district of North Yorkshire, England that lies further up Littondale than Arncliffe (Arncliffe, North Yorkshire). A little further up the dale is the small hamlet of Halton Gill. From Litton there are walks over the fells to the east to Buckden (Buckden, North Yorkshire) in Wharfedale and up Pen-y-ghent via Plover Hill to the west. From Halton Gill there is a bridle path over the Horse Head Pass to the east to Yockenthwaite in Langstrothdale. This path was used by the priest from Hubberholme to reach the small chapel in Halton Gill.
South Wales Government Railways . The current entity responsible for running the New South Wales railways is Rail Corporation New South Wales which includes CityRail and CountryLink. It also ran freight services until 2001, when this business was taken over by Pacific National. industry Rail transport products CityRail, CountryLink services accessdate 2009-06-25 ref>
industry, with the first shipment leaving from Port Chalmers in 1882, saw the beginning of a later great national industry. The city has flourishing niche industries including engineering, software engineering, bio-technology (Biotechnology) and fashion. Port Chalmers on the Otago Harbour provides Dunedin with deep-water facilities. It is served by the Port Chalmers Branch, a branch line railway (Rail transport) which