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Paranapiacaba - passerella in metallo sul corridoio ferroviario

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Metal footbridge in Paranapiacaba. The bridge was built in 1899 over the rail corridor.

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A: Passenger car No. 1 - Paranapiacaba

di C. A. Kuerten, 30 metri di distanza

Passenger car No. 1 (British manufacture), operating in Paranapiacaba (SP - Brazil) together with the...

Passenger car No. 1 - Paranapiacaba

B: Paranapiacaba

di Eduardo Frick, 80 metri di distanza

Paranapiacaba

C: Pau da Missa - Paranapiacaba

di C. A. Kuerten, 200 metri di distanza

Centenary eucalyptus tree used in the past as bulletin board associated with masses for deceaseds. Th...

Pau da Missa - Paranapiacaba

D: "Clube Union Lira Serrano" hall

di C. A. Kuerten, 390 metri di distanza

"Clube Union Lira Serrano" hall

E:

di C. A. Kuerten, 400 metri di distanza

Building of the "Clube União Lira Serrano" on Paranapiacaba Village, Santo André (city), SP. Address:...

F: Parque das Neblinas - Sede

di Eduardo Frick, 14.6 km di distanza

Parque das Neblinas - Sede

G: Rio Itatinga

di Eduardo Frick, 15.1 km di distanza

Rio Itatinga

H: Braporto Rgt Transtainer

di Sferica Tour Virtual, 17.0 km di distanza

Photo taken at the top of a RGT Transtainer, equipment that is going to be used in the new Port Termi...

Braporto Rgt Transtainer

I: Braporto Sts Portainer

di Sferica Tour Virtual, 17.0 km di distanza

Photo taken at the top of a STS Portainer, equipment that is going to be used in the new Port Termina...

Braporto Sts Portainer

J: Braporto Wharf

di Sferica Tour Virtual, 17.0 km di distanza

Photo taken at the top of a STS Portainer, equipment that is going to be used in the new Port Termina...

Braporto Wharf

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