Right-click this link and choose "Save As."
You also need this image file.
Place this file in the directory containing all your images.
On the other site, use the <iframe> tag to enclose the file. Use the following example. <iframe src="http://transferpoint.bravepages.com/museum/transit_pictures/getimg.html?23/C-09.jpg" width=100% height=440></iframe> to get this result:
Please note that there are exactly ZERO question marks between the start of the URL and the question mark after .html. The part after the question mark must be a relative path, starting with the directory name in which the image is contained (except if it's in the same directory, where you need to put only the file name. Remember, some servers are CASE SENSITIVE (i.e. "TEST" is not the same as "test"). To avoid such problems, make sure the case is correct.
Please note I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY LOSS OF DATA OR WEB SITES DUE TO USING THIS HTML FILE! YOU USE IT AT YOUR OWN RISK!
I have received many e-mails about why visitors can't find any of the other downloads that were at one time listed on this page. Server restrictions have prevented me from continuing to offer these downloads on theis site. I do not know if they will ever again be made available.