Shared June 10, 2019
Near Hindon, on the South Island of New Zealand, there's one of only two remaining one-lane road-rail bridges in the country. No barriers, no lights, no sirens: if you're driving across this, you need to make sure to listen out for the train horn.
Thanks to all the Dunedin Railways team! You can find out more about them here: https://www.dunedinrailways.co.nz/
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