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High and Wide

This unusual High and Wide moves west on the Rock at 18:44 on 9 May 2005. The crumbling piers of the 1877 bridge are visible in this photo, looking south.

Canon 20D and 17-40mm
lens.

Copyright Dave Kerr, 2005.
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A whole train for just 2 tractors???
 
It's odd that it's considered a high/wide. I've seen combines in regular freight trains several times.
 

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