Friday, May 30, 2014

TiGGy in Relay Maryland and the Thomas Viaduct

Relay Maryland!
 CaN's Ya Guess WAAATs Happened Here's?
 HinT ~ A FamousMosT Horse Race
 Betweens a Horse 
ans Da Tom Thumb Locomotive
Ans Da Horse WoN!
BuT Da Iron Horse Woulda Coulda 
So They Mades More!
 Da Monument To Da Relay
Under Da Thomas Viaduct
Built By Benjamin Latrobe in 1835
 Da Thomas Viaduct Remains Da Largest
 Multiple Arched CuRVeD Stone Railroad Bridge In's Da WhirLD!
 Ans Still In Constant Usage Today!
 It Carries Over 300 ToNs O Passengers 
Ans Freight EveN NoWZ!
 Which Be's WAAAY More 
Than It Were Built For
 AnS Here We GoTs A Problem
 If Ya LooKs CloseMosT
I KnoW It Be's Hard Ta See
 BuT Jus To Da ToP Left 
O Da Center Curve Here's
Its BeeN Reported, Jus NoT Fixed YeTs
 Da Keystone Be's Fall'nZ OuT!
Use'nZ Me Fairy Dusties Ta KeePs It Together!
So Da FamousMosT Thomas Viaduct Be's Viable For Da NextMosT 100 Years Too! 
LuV, TiGGy


  1. Wow! That horse/iron horse race is famous all over the world. Beautiful pics! TiGGy, it looks like you were just in time with the fairie dusties to save that famous viaduct! Nice job!!

  2. Dear Tiggy I am so glad you noticed the viaduct is needing repair. I'm sure with your fairy dust and some strong men they will fix it before accidents happen.
    Have a great weekend.
    hugs Wilbur.

  3. Hi Tiggy! Cool! Another history lesson! I had never heard about the race between the horse and locomotive!
    The problem with most old structures is they are taking more punishment than they were ever intended to have, so looking after them is very important. Well done for keeping it safely together until it can be repaired and stay in the record books!
    Kind regards, Brian.

  4. Hello from Spain: The horse / iron horse race is awesome. Nice pictures. Keep in touch