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 Bamboo line on french tracks...in old colony, still there and in use

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Bearcastle

Bearcastle

Location : Brie

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PostSubject: Bamboo line on french tracks...in old colony, still there and in use   Bamboo line on french tracks...in old colony, still there and in use EmptyWed Jul 16, 2014 3:49 pm

Here a very old line, used now by the local.





Here what the link said about on youtube :
"These trains run through the countryside around Battambang in Cambodia. They are an incredibly simple design and as the name suggest are made of a considerable amount of bamboo, which gives great strength for little weight. They run on the old railway lines that were built by the French when Cambodia was still a colony. So who gets right of way? Well the rule is the train with the most passengers gets right of way. However if a train is carrying a motorbike it has right of way over a train carrying more passengers. However everyone seems to take it in their stride and help each other out in taking the trains off the tracks."
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http://scfbrie.webs.com/
k&nwlr



Location : Alsace, France

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PostSubject: Re: Bamboo line on french tracks...in old colony, still there and in use   Bamboo line on french tracks...in old colony, still there and in use EmptyFri Jul 18, 2014 6:47 pm

Fabulous film. I didnĀ“t realise that they were also taking a chicken for the ride - as we see at the end of the film.
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https://www.youtube.com/user/KandNWLR?feature=mhee
 
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