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Under the bridge Railway
Indonesia

A railroad under a bridge in Cibinong Bogor Indonesia. The railroad used to be one of a commuter transportation in Cibinong, connecting Citeurep-Cibinong-Depok. However, it last only a few years before it stopped operating because of lack of passenger. The railroad is left unused for 7 or 8 years. Then, a few months ago, a company in Citeureup restore the railroad and then use it to transport their products.

That's about the railroad. Now the bridge. That right there, is one and only main highway bridge of Jakarta-Bogor highway in Cibinong. The road connecting (obviously) Jakarta, capital of Indonesia and Bogor city. People dont really care about the condition of the place, even though they used it as a connection between the main way and a small street nearby. As we can see, there's garbage and graffiti that no one really care to clean up.

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Copyright: Pandu aditya
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 12000x6000
Uploaded: 16/10/2013
Updated: 30/10/2013
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Tags: railway; bridge; slum; railroad; track
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