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Abandoned Station

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No dia em que se assinalam 150 anos da primeira viagem de comboio do Barreiro a Vendas Novas, realizada pelo rei D Pedro V, o Movimento Barreiro Património Memória e Futuro não pode ficar indiferente ao abandono e destruição do património ferroviário da nossa terra, em particular com a retirada dos carris da centenária estação Ferro- Fluvial do Barreiro-Mar.

The day that marks 150 years of the first journey by train from Barreiro to Vendas Novas, held by King Pedro V D, the Movement Barreiro Heritage Memory and Future can not remain indifferent to the abandonment and destruction of our heritage railway land, particularly with the removal of the rails of the centenary Railway and Ferry Station-Barreiro-Mar. 

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