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Subject: [Leica] Nathan's PAD 10/7/2012: Brunel's railroad
From: philippe.amard at (philippe.amard)
Date: Tue, 10 Jul 2012 10:55:14 +0200
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Thanks for sharing Nathan.

The Brits have a knack at preserving their landscape and heritage - I  
love the fact that there's no overhead power line, in fact not even a  
live-rail in your neatly composed and well rendered photo.

Wish you four a safe return trip back home.


Le 10 juil. 12 ? 10:14, Nathan Wajsman a ?crit :

> We are spending the last day of our UK trip at our son's place in  
> Bath before all four of us fly back to Alicante tonight. I woke up  
> early and went for a walk in my son's not very interesting  
> neighbourhood. And yet, I took my picture of the day during this  
> walk--one of Britain's and hence the world's oldest rail lines,  
> connecting Bath with Bristol and built by Isambard Kingdom Brunel in  
> 1839-1840. By coincidence, I am reading a book about the arrival of  
> the railroad in Bath in 1840 and the impact it had on the local  
> economy and society. Fascinating piece of social history.
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> >
> Cheers,
> Nathan
> Nathan Wajsman
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