Video PUBLISHED: 16:26 14 November 2018 | UPDATED: 17:27 14 November 2018 Taz Ali The incident in Riverside Road in Norwich. Photo: Taz Ali Archant Two men have been stabbed at an incident near Norwich train station. Six police vehicles were called to Riverside Road, at the junction with Thorpe Road, along with the ambulance service after the incident, which happened at roughly 3.20pm on Wednesday afternoon.Police have confirmed two men were stabbed following an altercation at the train station. Two men have suffered knife wounds and have been taken to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital for treatment where their condition is described as stable. Police remain on scene and Thorpe Road remains closed while initial scene enquiries are carried out. The incident on Thorpe Road. Photo: Taz AliAn employee from a business in Thorpe Road, who preferred to remain anonymous, said: “All we saw was the two men being taken away in an ambulance. … [Read more...] about Two men stabbed near Norwich train station
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Jamie L. LaReau Detroit Free Press Published 6:00 AM EDT Oct 23, 2018 In a funky, faceless, 2,000-square-foot art studio at the edge of downtown Plymouth, Tony Roko stands, paint brush in hand, staring intensely at a looming 6-foot-tall canvas. The 48-year-old Roko has sketched on it an image of a bygone era's train conductor. The painting, though far from finished, is worth tens of thousands of dollars: Not for what it is, but for what it will be and where it is expected to be displayed. There is also the value of Roko's rising clout in the art community. "The frame will make it 8 feet tall," said Roko, who stands about 5 feet 9 himself. To create it, Roko becomes a casting director for a silent film. "I'm shaping the story. So I consider, 'Who is this guy? What were his convictions? What is he proud of.'" This guy matters a lot. Roko said Ford Motor Co.'s commercial real estate arm, Ford Land, wants him to … [Read more...] about Ex-Ford factory worker to paint for Detroit train station
You are here: Home » Blogs » Michael Martinez Ford reporter Email Subscribe to RSS June 19, 2018 @ 8:13 am Comments Email Bill Ford, speaking to Automotive News and Crain's Detroit Business, said, "I'm hoping that I have a little bit of a runway yet, and I certainly wouldn't like this to be my final act." Photo credit: JACOB LEWKOW Related Stories From Cork to Corktown: Depot builds on Ford's Irish roots » Ford plots future in a relic of Detroit's past » Transcript: Bill Ford on automaker's way forward in Detroit Ask Bill Ford if the company's purchase of the long-abandoned Michigan Central Station is his legacy, and he'll politely sidestep the question with a bit of morbid humor. "Don't put the shovel on me yet," he told Automotive News and Crain's Detroit Business in an interview last week. "I'm hoping that I have a little bit of a runway yet, and I certainly wouldn't like this to be my … [Read more...] about Why buying an old train station will be Bill Ford’s greatest act
MULTI-million pound plans to develop the former Waterside Train Station in Derry have been given the provisional council green light.The £27 million North West Transport Hub has been recommended for approval by Derry City & Strabane District Council, with a final decision on the proposals due to be made at Wednesday's planning committee meeting.The ambitious multi-million pound plans for a new multi-modal transport hub include the demolition of the existing station to make way for a new train terminus, bus stands, park-and-ride facility, passenger waiting area, retail units and community space. The project, which Translink states, sets a new standard in sustainable transport, has already secured significant European funding, and will support continued passenger growth including up to 1100 new local and cross border bus and connecting rail services.The proposals have been met with local opposition however, with over 1,400 people signing an online petition calling on planning … [Read more...] about Multi-million redevelopment of Derry train station set for council green light
Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Facebook Email Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Could abandoned Detroit train station be Ford's millennials magnet? Detroit's derelict train station needs a deep-pocketed savior. Ford Motor Co. could benefit from a talent youthquake. Is this a match? Sent! A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. 9 Join the Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs JC Reindl, Detroit Free Press Published 6:01 a.m. ET March 24, 2018 CONNECT TWEET LINKEDIN 9 COMMENT EMAIL MORE From trespassers to graffiti artists, Detroit's abandoned Michigan Central Station has always drawn lots of attention from young people. The question is whether the 105-year-old train station — one of … [Read more...] about Could abandoned Detroit train station be Ford’s millennials magnet?