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Zdjęcie z mostu prowadzącego do Cukrowni Gryfice
Poland

Zdjęcie zrobione zimą 2013roku na mostku prowadzącym do byłęj cukrowni Gryfice, mostek składa się z dwóch części jedna jest kolejowa druga dla pieszych część kolejowa nie działa od bardzo dawna .

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Uploaded: 21/04/2013
Updated: 22/04/2013
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