Maybe that one belongs to the Soul Train
give that gurl a bottle of gin for a FABU answer!
Very-very good answers
I Love You Mads!
No clever answer from me but points to MM. Now if you had the readership of John Gray of Wales, there would be some ripper answers. But I won't underestimate your commenters.
I'll never be John Gray, he is one of a kind,
Don't you remember Dance Reaction's "Disco Train"? This is the one it was based on.
Looks like it is ready for a party,
It's code for, wait for it, ABBA face! Get it? Wanna slap me?
give this gurl a bottle of gin!
There was a turntable not far from where I live. They decided the train was no longer profitable and pulled up tracks.Maybe someone thought it would be funny to have a disco ball turning with the table? The old ball and train?
This one is in California
It's been a very long time but, I have seen one of these in action. It's something to see.
There is one in Frostburg Maryland
there is one at steamtown in scranton PA too (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steamtown_National_Historic_Site)
rear reflection on turning?
That would work
the perfect song for this post:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I_e-RQZVwxg
Very good, this was in the middle of Folsom California, in a park.
I too saw the photo and immediately wondered why on earth a disco ball was there.I suspect the Nargles are behind it.