, putting an end to the autonomy of Dauphiné. Félix Vernay, ''Petite histoire du Dauphiné’’, 1933, p58 Modern History Time of troubles thumb François de Bonne, duc de Lesdiguières (Image:Francois-de-bonne-duc-de-le.jpg) thumb Dauphiné circa 1638 (Image:Grenoble Tassin 1638.jpg) thumb The Day of the Tiles (Image:Day-of-the-tiles.jpeg) During the Italian Wars (1494–1559), French troops were quartered in Dauphiné. Charles VIII of France
* September 1 - ''Frontier Mail (Golden Temple Mail)'' express passenger service between Colaba Terminus (Bombay (Mumbai)) and Peshawar inaugurated by Bombay, Baroda and Central India Railway. * September 22 - Canadian (Canada) Premier (Premier (Canada)) John Bracken drives the last rail spike spike
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author Saxena, R. P. title Indian Railway History Time Line year 2008 accessdate 2009-12-22 March events * March 3 — Construction begins on the first railway in northern India as tracks are laid between the present day locations of Allahabad and Kanpur.
recommendation of Sir William Acworth's East India Railway Committee that the government should take over management of the country's railways. The advertisements feature a semi-bearded, debonair, gentleman roughly in his 70s (portrayed by actor Jonathan Goldsmith).
. July events * July 1 – Government of India takes over Great Indian Peninsular Railway. * July 5 – Samuel Insull begins serving as president of Chicago South Shore and South Bend Railroad with the introduction of major
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Generous donations by local philanthropists allowed the museum to continue operating, but eventually the red ink began to catch up with COSI. The museum spearheaded an effort to assess a property tax levy, chaired by former NASA astronaut John Glenn. Ultimately the effort failed and caused the museum to lay off large numbers of its staff, some of them longtime employees. An entire wing of the museum was closed and the planetarium was shut down. * 1972 - NASA and de Havilland Canada extensively modify a C-8 Buffalo for STOL experiments '''Sunita Williams''' (born September 19, 1965) is a United States Naval officer (United States Navy) and a NASA astronaut. 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, Branişte, Fratoştiţa, Răcarii de Sus and Uscăci. * August 15 - First section of East Indian Railway (East Indian Railway Company) opens, from Howrah (Howrah station) to Hooghly (Hugli-Chuchura) (37 km).
Railway History Time Line year 2008 accessdate 2009-12-23 * September 22 - Canadian (Canada) Premier (Premier (Canada)) John Bracken drives the last spike (rail spike) on Canadian National Railway's line between Flin Flon (Flin Flon, Manitoba) and Cranberry Portage, Manitoba. * September 28 - Third class (Travel class) sleeping cars are introduced on those British (Great Britain) railways providing such a service. '''Basil Eldon "Buzz"
and 1970, the largest class in the British Commonwealth. The United States nuclear strategic missile submarine USS ''Alabama'' (USS Alabama (SSBN-731)) is assigned a patrol mission, to be available to launch its missiles in a preemptive strike (Preemptive war) if Radchenko attempts to fuel the missiles his men have