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[GOG] Summer Sale 2016: Day 3 - (Tharsis [GOG release deal] $7.49/50% off; Shooter Masterpieces Bundle including Doom Quake and Wolfenstein; Settlers Pack; Railroad Tycoon Pack with Railroad Tycoon 2 & 3 and Sid Meier's Railroads; Heroes of Might & Magic Pack with HoMM 1-5)

New-York Tribune - September 13, 1899. Death announcement of: Cornelius Vanderbilt 11, (1843 - 1899), railroad tycoon, and socialite. Also a sketch, of his American Gilded Age mansion, at 1 West 57th Street and 5th Avenue, NYC. ~ (Image: Chronicling America - LOC) ~~ {cwl}

New-York Tribune - September 13, 1899. Death announcement of: Cornelius Vanderbilt 11, (1843 - 1899), railroad tycoon, and socialite. Also a sketch, of his American Gilded Age mansion, at 1 West 57th Street and 5th Avenue, NYC. ~ (Image: Chronicling America - LOC) ~~ {cwl}

Railroad Tycoon Deluxe Edition MicroProse PC DOS 3.5" Diskette Software

Railroad Tycoon Deluxe Edition MicroProse PC DOS 3.5" Diskette Software

Late Gilded Age NYC constructed Italian Renaissance mansion, in c.1905. Owned by  Morton F. Plant, son of railroad tycoon. Purchased by Cartier jeweler's in c.1917, and has remained Cartier's NYC flagship store to date.

Late Gilded Age NYC constructed Italian Renaissance mansion, in c.1905. Owned by Morton F. Plant, son of railroad tycoon. Purchased by Cartier jeweler's in c.1917, and has remained Cartier's NYC flagship store to date.

Cornelius Vanderbilt II Gilded Age Mansion and the Grand Army plaza, with fountain. "Keep Off"-the grass!

Cornelius Vanderbilt II Gilded Age Mansion and the Grand Army plaza, with fountain. "Keep Off"-the grass!

Can you imagine going to college here? Is this facility over-the-top? Of course. Is it stunning anyway? Absolutely. Originally built in 1888 by oil and railroad tycoon Henry Flagler as the Ponce De Leon Hotel, it's now a part of Flagler College in St. Augustine, Florida.

Can you imagine going to college here? Is this facility over-the-top? Of course. Is it stunning anyway? Absolutely. Originally built in 1888 by oil and railroad tycoon Henry Flagler as the Ponce De Leon Hotel, it's now a part of Flagler College in St. Augustine, Florida.

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