This one was sent by No. 1 son, spotted on YouTube.
1. The location, Canada. (Salisbury, New Brunswick)
and the arrival of the train.
3. A totally ungated level crossing on a proper (?) road.
4. No fences along the track.
5. The length of the train and ...
6. The snow. In the UK the line would have shut down completely!
If you are thinking of visiting, here is the crossing in finer climes ...
Dairy farming and lumbering continue in the locality to this day, while fur ranching has been a tradition here since the early 1900's.
Transport of goods in and out of the community was by means of the river initially, as well as over the region's rough trails and roads.
The arrival of the European and North American Railway in 1860 provided access to the ports of Saint John and Shediac, no doubt increasing business prospects immeasurably.
The village is believed to have been connected to the outside world by a telegraph office located in the railway station as early as the 1860's.
It is also true that the line between Holborn and Aldwych is closed but still usable.
The mind boggles!
fbb has a better idea. How about mini-personal hovercraft using London's sewers?
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