view to the North
Former water tank used for steam locomotives.
taken from the footbridge
Cette formation, quasi impossible à atteindre à pied, témoigne de dépôts de cendres résiduels sur le massif du Gros Morne à plus de 2500 mètres d'altitude.Désolé pour la tache d'eau sur la vitre (au milieu en bas)!
The narrow gauge railway was opened from Kohat to Thal in 1903 and closed in the early 1990ies.
To learn more about it:
Pakistani Railways are dismantling the railway. Probably the process has now been stopped due the unrest in the district.
Picture above taken in 2006.
this pic could have been taken almost anywhere in the world. Nothing is specific to Budapest.
There is almost no color, it could have been back and white. But your photo is very nice. I have visited Budapest quite recently and loved it. I have myself posted two dozens of pics of the city in Panoramio. Best regards. Franek from France.
Hello, I just wonder why this picture has been viewed so many times (75) in a very short period of time... I have posted more than a dozen pics of similar statues located in the same stadium, with 0 to 2 views... just curiosity!
terrain regagné sur la friche...
The trench is 2 meters deep and 3 meters wide. It is designed to block vehicles, camels and pedestrians who smuggle opium from Afghanistan.