Thanks Keith W
Those tracks remind me of the mine car ride at Disneyworld.
Thanks, but I’ll take the bus.
Looks like the track layers really tied one on.
Holy hell! That’s gonna make reconstruction a whole lot more complicated …
I had something witty to say but lost my train of thought.
Maybe next time they’ll use something stronger than aluminum tracks.
The flood of ’85 in WV had tracks that looked just like that. Some were two foot in the air, where the dirt washed out from under them.
hey, the whole country’s permanently drunk anyway, so who’s going to notice?
I dunno about you guys, but I’d pay to be on that train! Wooooooo! Better than 6-Flags! 🙂
I think their water was….spiked.
So sad. It’s like the whole world is going crazy right now with weird weather. I don’t have much but I’ll send what I can to help out. My thoughts are with you Aussies.
Thank you, Bella. We have a long way to go to get back on our feet. xxoo
I’ll Second Bella. if you need help building your ARK let us know.
Just to keep you up to date,the flood waters are moving downstream but the whole area is again about to be swamped by more thunderstorms etc. Were even having flood waters down here in Victoria, somebody remind me its actually summer here NOT winter.
Woah, that’s like the train tracks in Christchurch after the 7.1 quake. but like 1928 times worse.
That’s a powerful testament to the damage to the country.
I keep hearing Waltzing Mathilda when looking at these pictures of waltzing railroad tracks.
I think I can, I think I can.
I sent it to my work colleagues at the Dept. of Transportation here in Sweden.
So much work lost, so much to restore it.
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