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Science, inventions, and money keep the world traveling through time on the broadways and highways of technology. For many it is a constant journey of thrills, amazements, breath taking events, and occasionally, sadness and tragedy. Sometimes the wizardry speeds along so fast that yesterday's shining achievements quickly pale before today's dazzling innovations.

What is Ancient Alley? Tazbat Publishing produces educational and historical information designed to keep alive and accessible through images and articles, a variety of people and creations of the past. As back streets and alleys often lead travelers into obscure and amazing parts of a city, likewise, "ANCIENT ALLEY," will lead you back into select regions of history where you can see technological achievements obscured by time. Remembering the past helps to keep the present in focus. Because, the things we have today, engines, planes, and automobiles, are byproducts of past individuals' tireless efforts and evolutionary processes.

Images and articles are added on a continuing basis.  If you have comments on the contents of Ancient Alley, please contact the author at the email address below.

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Tazbat Publishing is not responsible for errors and omissions or whatever damages resulting from thereof.  Many of the published articles from the periods of these vehicles have disappeared, making it difficult to discern what is accurate information among more current and often conflicting publications.  If you notice any inaccuracies, please bring them to the publisher's attention.  Use the email link below.  When submitting corrections please be sure to reference your source(s).  Without references Tazbat will not publish corrections.



"Ancient Alley"
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Rhinebeck Aerodrome Museum
Blazing Thunder Motorcycles
Charles Bilby's Linn Tractor
ARPS Tractor

New "1924 Martin Wasp Automobile"
Vietnam - Brown Water Navy
Old Saws
- Sally Saw & Ottawa Drag Saws

Antique Equipment Shows

Submitted Images
Burt Munro's Machine

Death of a Classic

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Most recent update 02.17.2013