Vue over Lake Tange from "Soevejen"
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Vue over Lake Tange from "Soevejen"

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For 25 years I was employed by the Danish State railways, and this gave me an invaluable possibility to visit and to see places in my country, I otherwise would never have seen.

Not neccesserely just along the railway, but also driving from the one job to the next...

Now I am retired from the railway, i have plenty of time to see theese places again, and make photos and panoramas.

Carsten

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