a novel and probably cheaper method of tearing up an old railway line in Bopeechee, South Australia in 1983. The quality of the film leaves a little to be desired but it's bearable.
it may be advisable to employ the >button in places but, as usual, the detail is in often in the background and is easily overlooked. looks like the Railway Company spared no expense and provided the best equipment for their workers ;)
please note; this is a rail related item of some 9+ minutes duration (far too long) but of some industrial and social importance, sort of.
credit goes to the original film maker, Mr Graham Reid.
Tags: railway lines, rail dismantle, south Australia, dangerous work, Mr Graham Reid, 1983, singing rails, coiled tension, what could go wrong,
Location: Australia (load item map)
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