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Landwasser viadukt
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The Landwasser viaduct is a viaduct of the Rhaetian railway (length 136 m, hight 65 m) near Filisur.

Copyright: Hans-dieter teschner
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Uploaded: 24/06/2012
Updated: 03/07/2014
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Tags: schweiz; switzerland; graubuenden; landwasser; viaduct; viadukt; rhb; railway; eisenbahn; rhaetian railway; rhaetische bahn
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