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Julien Warnand

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Simple and efficient, rail travel nonetheless inspires a sense of romance. By train, subway, and a seemingly endless variety of trams, trolleys, and coal shaft cars, we've moved on rails for hundreds of years. Industry too relies on the billions of tons of freight moved annually by rolling stock. Gathered here are images of rails in our lives, the third post in an occasional series on transport, following Automobiles and Pedal power. -- Lane Turner (47 photos total)
An employee adjusts a CRH380B high-speed Harmony bullet train as it stops for an examination during a test run at a bullet train exam and repair center in Shenyang, China on October 23, 2012. (Stringer/Reuters)     

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AT THE POLLS
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SAMBA SPECTACLE
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DRAINED
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QURAN UPROAR
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BY THE NECK
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NEWLY SHORN
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IN THE SPOTLIGHT…AGAIN
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MOTHER AND CHILD
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