Trinity Lane

Trinity Lane is a street in the centre of Cambridge, England. The lane leads off Trinity Street. At the entrance to the lane from Trinity Street as it leads west, Trinity College is located on the north side of the lane, including Nevile's Gate, Gonville and Caius College is on the south side; the lane turns south around the back of Gonville and Caius. Here, Trinity Hall is to the west. At the end of the lane is Clare College to the west and King's College with its huge Chapel blocking the way to the south. Here the Old Schools are to be found to the east and beyond that the University of Cambridge Senate House where degree ceremonies are held, on King's Parade; the Old Schools now house the Cambridge University Offices, which form the main administration for the University. Senate House Passage is a pedestrian passageway that links from near the end of Trinity Lane back to Trinity Street. Gonville and Caius College is to the north and the Senate House is to the south. Trinity Lane linked the High Street with the wharfs on the River Cam.

In the 16th century, the east–west part of the lane was known as Find Silver Lane or King's Childer Lane and the north–south section formed part of Mill Street. Before King's College was built, this street continued on to what is now known as Queens' Lane, leading off the north of Silver Street. Trinity Lane has changed little for several centuries. Trinity Lane, Cambridge — postcards of Cambridge Trinity Lane, Cambridge in Colour

Oak Lawn station

Oak Lawn is a station on Metra's SouthWest Service in Oak Lawn, Illinois. The station is 14.7 miles away from the northern terminus of the line. In Metra's zone-based fare system, Oak Lawn is in zone D. Trains operate as far north as Chicago Union Station, as far south as Orland Park and Manhattan. Pace 381 95th Street 395 95th/Dan Ryan CTA/UPS Hodgkins 769 Palos Heights/Oak Lawn - Soldier Field Express 774 Palos Heights/Oak Lawn - Guaranteed Rate Field Express Metra – Stations – Oak Lawn Oak Lawn station and parking deck dedicated Station from 95th Street from Google Maps Street View Station from 52nd Avenue from Google Maps Street View

Arctic view

Arctic View is the name of a viewpoint and restaurant located on the northwestern tip of the island of Havøya in Måsøy Municipality in Finnmark county, Norway. The restaurant is located 5 kilometres northwest of the village of Havøysund, the administrative centre of the municipality. On the way to Arctic View, one drives through a wind farm, built by Norsk Hydro. Here, at the edge of the Barents Sea, there is a view of the western part of Finmark county, the place is a popular spot to watch the midnight sun, which can be seen from May 14 to July 31; the sun reaches its lowest point at 12:14–12:24 a.m. The most famous and popular place to view the midnight sun, North Cape, is located about 50 kilometres to the northeast. Arctic View is owned by Måsøy Municipality and it is a cooperation between the municipality and the companies Arctic Wind, Repvåg Kraftlag, Asplan Viak, NCC Norway. Official site