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This place once was a coal mine transportline for train delivery, but since the mine exhausted its left behind to rust away. 

Just a simple line forgotten. But I liked its mood. :) 

Destination: Hungary, Bánk

Captures made at 2011.08.28.

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Great shots! Ok so we thought we had added Hungary to the list of locations but it hadn't worked. It definitely works now!

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9 hours ago, The_Raw said:

Great shots! Ok so we thought we had added Hungary to the list of locations but it hadn't worked. It definitely works now!

Thank you Raw, have nice lights!)

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