Eagle Mountain

Eagle Mountain or Eagle Mountains may refer to:

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List Of The Tribe Characters - Main Characters - Ebony
... She accompanies them to Eagle Mountain ... finds Amber after the explosion on Eagle Mountain and tells ties to her to get her to leave the Mall Rats ... Dal goes to Eagle Mountain to dig up Amber's grave, and Ebony wants to leave, knowing she will get caught ...
Eagle Mountain Railroad - The Future
... operated prison for low-risk inmates at Eagle Mountain ... trash by train from metropolitan Los Angeles area via the Eagle Mountain Railroad ... It is unclear if the Sanitation Districts still intends to make Eagle Mountain a landfill ...
Eagle Mountain (Ulster County, New York)
... Eagle Mountain is a mountain located in Ulster County, New York ... The mountain is part of the Catskill Mountains ... Eagle Mountain is flanked to the north by Haynes Mountain, and to the southwest by Big Indian Mountain ...
Eagle Mountain (horse)
... Eagle Mountain (born February 25, 2004) is a racehorse owned by Sheikh Mohammed Bin Khalifa Al Maktoum ... Formerly Eagle Mountain was trained by Mike de Kock but is now trained by Steven McKee in New Zealand ...
Eagle Mountain, California - Popular Culture - Film
... Films using Eagle Mountain locations Tough Guys (1986) Terminator 2 Judgment Day, 3-D Attraction, Universal Studios (1998) Impostor (2001) Live from Baghdad (2002) Constantine (2003) The Island (2005) Unknown ... exterior shots of Southern Pacific 4449 the train was stored nightly at the Eagle Mountain rail yards ... The local school children from Eagle Mountain School took a field trip in early 1986 to see and tour the train on the location of the shoot along the Eagle Mountain Railroad south of Interstate 10 ...

Famous quotes containing the words mountain and/or eagle:

    Tjaden: How do they start a war?
    Albert: Well, one country offends another.
    Tjaden: How could one country offend another? You mean there’s a mountain over in Germany gets mad at a field in France?
    Maxwell Anderson (1888–1959)

    Sleep softly . . . eagle forgotten . . . under the stone.
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