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Randers railway station
Denmark

OH BOY, last time i was here it was a busy workplace for the railway maintenance group, with older and newe toolsheds and the workshop/repairshop for the railmashinery, all in the grey building behind the demolition mashines (bulldozer and so!)

Now: Nothing!!

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