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Hurricane Andrew ATM Trading Cards - 1992
Notes: Reportedly, only 250 copies were produced for sale as a complete set. A number of 99-card near-complete sets have shown up in the aftermarket. Thanks much to Kathy Ridz for the information!
No. Text / Title 001 Friday August 14, 1992 - A tropical wave formed ov 002 Friday August 21, 1992 - State and county official 003 Sunday August 23, 1992 - Hurricane Andrew packed w 004 Monday August 24, 1992 - In the early morning dark 005 Most hurricans slow down as they move over land, b 006 Monday August 24, 1992 - At sunrise, the first gli 007 The Florida National Guard moved in by midday Mond 008 Tuesday August 25, 1992 - Volunteer help from comm 009 Homestead Air Force Base: The base was in the dire 010 Vernon Scotts home located at 9990 SW 218 Terrace, 011 Florida Power & Light Company. Hurricane Andrew kn 012 The Gold Coast Railroad Museum was located in the 013 Gold Coast Railroad Museum - The original 1905 Pri 014 Gold Coast Railroad Museum - The Railroad Museum w 015 Gold Coast Railroad Museum - Hurricane Andrew tore 016 Gold Coast Railroad Museum - The armor plated Pres 017 Metrozoo - Previously considered one of the top te 018 Metrozoo - Another immediate challenge will be to 019 Monkey Jungle to Reopen Nov. 15 - The distinct uni 020 Research Vessel: The 100 foot Seaward Explorer, br 021 Tamiami Executive Airport resembled a battle field 022 Tamiami Executive Airport. Private owned aircraft 023 Running Wild - Hurricane Andrew blew freedom to ma 024 H.A.A.R.T. (Hurricane Andrew Animal Relief Team.) 025 Shopping Malls and Strip Stores throughout Cutler 026 Hurricane Andrew Relief - 30,000 federal and state 027 An Election like no other. Hurricane Andrew left f 028 Many Historic Buildings in Dade County Destroyed - 029 Florida Pioneer Museum: 826 North Krome Avenue. Th 030 Grandma Newton Is Alive - Locatyed at 40 NW 5th Av 031 Luther Chandler's Home - 16700 S.W. 232 St. The do 032 Defran House: 18050 SW 216 St. Was destroyed in th 033 Redllands School House: S.W. 197 Ave. & S.W. 248 S 034 Charles Deering Estate: Old Cutler Road. This was 035 Busy Phone Lines - Due to the use of underground f 036 Peaches Records & Tapes - The roof and east side w 037 84,000 Flee Dade County - Evacuees stayed with fam 038 Power Was Out - Without power to run air condition 039 Shopping Centers Were Destroned - Bloomingdale's s 040 Flying Metal - Hurricane Andrew tore apart buildin 041 Pleasure Boats Destroyed - Hurricane Andrew wrecke 042 High And Dry - The storm serge left this sail boat 043 A Marine Graveyard - Hurricane Andrew ravaged, Din 044 Agricultural Devastation - Andrew destroyed nearly 045 No Room At The Inn - Construction workers set up c 046 Three Million Tons of Trash - Dade County waived e 047 Hurricane Andrew's random destruction puzzled many 048 Mobile Homes Parks - Andrew's 150 mph winds demoli 049 Faulty Construction - Hurricane Andrew lifted enti 050 Traffic Lights Down - Over 1,500 traffic lights an 051 Hurricane Andrew destroyed shopping centers throug 052 Million Dollar Homes Lost - Andrew had no mercy on 053 Units of the Florida National Guard were posted at 054 Hurricane Andrew survivors had new battles to figh 055 Car Lots Destroyed - Hurricane Andrew hurled new c 056 Floriday City - Winds with gusts estimated to exce 057 Mobile Home Parks - Suffered massive destruction. 058 Hurricane Andrew's Storm Surge - Burger King Headq 059 Hurricane Andrew was the third most powerful hurri 060 Loss of life, 56 people were killed by Hurricane A 061 Hurricane Andrew blew apart homes piece by piece, 062 Andrew Maintains Its Strength - As Hurrican Andrew 063 Hurricane Andrew's 150 mph winds lifted and flippe 064 Temporary Church - Hurricane Andrew destroyed area 065 Official Advisory "Boil Your Water" - The drop in 066 Hurricane Andrew made life simply unbearable in Da 067 Hurricane Andrew blew out solid concrete walls. Th 068 Self Storage Units Destroyed - Hurricane Andrew su 069 The Landmarks Were Gone - Hurricane Andrew's destr 070 this Was No Place For RV's - Hurricane Andrew's wi 071 No Place To Bank - Hurricane Andrew blew apart thi 072 Natures Destructive Art - Hurricane Andrew made la 073 Hurricane Andrew's 150 mph winds ripped off the to 074 Tamiami Executive Airport - This large cargo plane 075 Hurricane Andrew ripped open the protective coveri 076 Construction Workers Wanted! - Demand for building 077 Save The Trees - Hurricane Andrew destroyed thousa 078 Scattered Toys - Hurricane Andrew blew out the sid 079 Tent City was home to approximately 4,000 homeless 080 The Violent Circling Winds - Winds engulfed with t 081 Shopping Centers Destroyed - Hurricane Andrew dest 082 Downed Communications - Hurricane Andrew destroyed 083 "Is That Your Roof?" - Hurricane Andrew tore off r 084 Steel I-Beams Were No Match - Hurricane Andrew's v 085 The Wind Moved Diamonds - Hurricane Andrew's inten 086 Owners Survey Damage - Hurricane Andrew's storm su 087 Local Attractions Devastated - Hurricane Andrew De 088 Homes And Lives Destroyed - Hurricane Andrew's Des 089 Public Parks Destroyed - Hurricane Andrew damaged 090 No Gasoline - The power of the storm was so destru 091 "The American Spirit Lives On" - Hurricane Andrew 092 Temporary Storage For FPL - Florida Power & Light 093 South Florida Coastal Area - Mobility was hampered 094 Delivery Trucks Destroyed - Powerful gusts of wind 095 Temporary Repairs - Hurricane Andrew left home own 096 Trash Piled Up - After Hurricane Andrew, streets w 097 Traffic Backed Up 10 To 20 Miles - Krome Avenue wa 098 The information on these cards was compiled from s 099 All rights reserved. No part of these cards may be 100 A Portion Of The Proceeds Raised by these cards wi Searchwords: jahoc, yr1992, mfrATM, catHistory©2005 Jeff Allender. Comments, updates, & corrections are welcomed!