Cerulean Town

Website of graphic designer Emily Moser
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Born to Run: Sled Dogs of Alaska

Sled Dogs of Alaska

Sled Dogs of Alaska

Sled Dogs of Alaska

Sled Dogs of Alaska

Sled Dogs of Alaska

The Alaska Railroad

The Alaska Railroad

The Alaska Railroad

Naugatuck River Bridge

Naugatuck River Bridge

Adirondack Scenic Railroad

Adirondack Scenic Railroad

Adirondack Scenic Railroad

Patriotic Grand Central

Grand Central

The Saugatuck River

The Saugatuck River

The Saugatuck River

Sunset on the Hudson River

Sunset on the Hudson River

Planet Tenmile River

Planet Tenmile River

Metro-North’s Tenmile River station makes a nice little planet…

Pac Man Transit Maps

Decorative transit “maps” inspired by the classic video game Pac Man. White dots inside the colored lines represent actual station stops along those lines.

Hiawatha Line Map

Horizontal-oriented map of the Hiawatha Line light rail system in Minneapolis.

Chicago Skyline

Chicago Union Station – The Great Hall

West-of-Hudson Service Maps

Two maps of Metro-North’s West-of-Hudson service area for my site iRideTheHarlemLine.com. One is a geographic representation of the line, and what the line was historically, the other is more of a diagram based upon ridership statistics.

Centralia, Pennsylvania

I am captivated by the “town on fire” – an almost ghost-town in the heart of coal country, Pennsylvania. The coal under the town has been on fire for over 40 years, and because of it the town has been gradually abandoned. The government has deemed the town unlivable, but there are several holdouts that refuse to move. Everything else has been razed.

Sustainability Featurette

Fujifilmusa.com flash featurette for sustainability.

Harlem Line by Ridership

A ridership map of the Harlem Line, based on 2007 station statistics. The larger the station name, the more people commute from that station along the line.

The life of a train rider

A view of Harlem 125th street from one of Metro-North’s new M8 cars.

The above photograph being used in a presentation by Kawasaki, the railcar manufacturer.

Harlem 125th

Social Media Redesign

Redesign of our presence on Twitter and YouTube.

Table Mountain, South Africa

Cape Town Waterfront

Giraffe, Chobe National Park

A giraffe in Chobe National Park, Botswana.

Martin Luther King, Jr. Poster


Popular poster I created for UConn’s Office of Multicultural and International Affairs.

Canaan Station


Photograph of Canaan station in Connecticut during Canaan Railway Days in 2011. Canaan was the victim of arson several years ago, and more than half of the station was destroyed. The station is being rebuilt.

Looking to move in about a year or two and my husband and I really like New Canaan. It is, however, an almost unbearablely long train ride and my husband commutes to Manhattan 5 days a week and has long bankers hours, so we were looking into being close enough to walk to the train station to minimize the other parts of his commute, however, upon looking within a 10-15 minute walk of the train station, we see there are a LOT of townhomes, apartments and condos, with even more going up with this Merritt complex, and for when its time to move call the Reliable Sydney Removalists.

I guess my question is for people who live in or are thinking about living in NC, but I am worried about the risks associated with buying a single family home that may become more and more surrounded by renters or multi-family homes, they all keep remodeling and updating with time, here is the contact of the Basement contractors Edmonton for your future fixes. Does anyone have any insight as to how the town feels, are the zoning regulations ging to stop any futher development, are more people adverse to living in town etc… We really love the feel of NC compared to Greenwich or Darien and no other town has a tolerable commute plus good schools so we feel stuck between looking seriously at the town we like vs moving to a town that feels less us.

Read more: https://www.city-data.com/forum/connecticut/3116593-concerns-per-new-canaan-move-2.html