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Moving freight depot
Sweden

This panorama shows the move of the old freight depot in Ljungby. The old house weights about 150 to 200 tons. The place was needed for new apartments but they didn't want to turn down the old house so they moved it about 300 meters.

Copyright: Fredrik skog
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10668x5334
Chargée: 08/07/2014
Mis à jour: 01/08/2014
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Tags: freight depot; truck; trailar; moving house
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