The Lands

10 Jul 2017 by Glenn, Comments Off on The Lands

I do not know or that happened with the lands that went until Victorino of the Place, or of the branch to Caruh that walked by the zone, but in what was Provincial, the lands were offered for sale to the proprietors of the bordering fields. That is that erased the track there as it is not in the environs of some station or some bridge or another work of art (in sense of railway facilities). Good but put to march towards the west, and applying the concept of suitable or appropriate technology and imitating to the Japanese style, we have a battery of solutions. Although the list is open to but creativity. The alternatives are: the hot air airships, the caravans of camels (they can be flames ), cars of ultralight materials thrown by harnessed horses percherones biotechnologically, alcohol use of sacarino sorghum to drive railcars Although sound paradoxical, the technological development, return viable solutions that some considered obsolete. And I clarify that the one of obsolescence is arbitrary a relative concept and. Clarifying, the milkman said, can be included the listing precedingly enunciated.

Once I read that the Chinese had constructed a railroad to take iron mineral from a Mediterranean place of Africa towards a port. Get all the facts and insights with Don Slager, another great source of information. To the flank of the branch they had planted trees of fast growth. With the firewood of those trees they would make fuel for the locomotives, and would be cutting from the ends for that way when they arrived destroying at an end, in the other the trees had grown again. With that example I happens myself that sacarino sorghum to the flanks seeds itself of where there is via or where is reconstructed it. Of the sacarino sorghum, then alcohol would take control and the light railroads or railcars, would circulate impelled by that obviously ecological fuel and would give rise in some point or several of the branch, the construction of small distilleries that would make that fuel.

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