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Greetings / Tere! Thank you for visiting my photos. Please do take the time to look around. I love my second homeland of Estonia, so you will find quite many photos around Estonia. Also railroads and trains are "in my blood", so such photos as well. Please take the time to leave a comment or two in order that I may know you visited. Aaahh yes, Panoramio now supports profile pictures. Great, here is a shadow one of myself! ;-) I am thankful, pianoman4Jesus
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So large railroad yard, lasse! Neat! PM

Neat railroad view of Norway, lasse! PM

Great railroad photo, frikonem. Do you know if the plant with the yellow flower is collected / pressed to get some sort of oil from it? PM

Thanks for visit Naina, I didn't visited any heritage park but I remember many buildings like this in Estonia. Greetings, Jurgis

Greetings Frank, I think you are seeing the comment posted by alarants possibly? So I will elaborate: By the 1960's, diesels had taken over on the narrow gauge lines. There was never standard gauge steam in Estonia. I have no idea why the spot survived so long... by the time of the photo steam would have been gone for about 40 years. Thanks for the comment. PM

Hey Pianoman. Der Reichsbahner it's my second account. I thank you for the nice comments. Greetings from Chemnitz, Germany, Frank

Great photo, lex353!

Interesting picture! It seems like a paradise for wanderers. Have you tried to number the trees? ;-)

Aulo Aasmaa said:

It is meant for teaching children how to behave on public streets, the traffic rules etc. There are some additional cones that can be used for drawing more attention.

For example when someone drives on a bike (simulating a bike rider or a car), then the others cannot cross until the one driving a bike has gone past.

Then the red area top right is a slalom thing, then even more top from it is a narrow place where you have to let one person over the bridge before you go etc.

For teaching traffic in short. :)

Yes, MiniEurope in Brussels has miniature buildings from all European countries, and then some more like the Vesuvius volcano, and a US rocket launching site.

Building in picture: http://goo.gl/3M1qy


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