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..~-†§£¤@# TRAINS  ARE  SO  CONSTRUCTED  THAT  THEY #@¤£§†-~..
.~-†§£¤@## HAVE TO FOLLOW A SET  PATH. THIS PATH IS ##@¤£§†-~.
..~-†§£¤@# CALLED  A "RAILWAY",  WHICH IS COMPRISED #@¤£§†-~..
...~-†§£¤@ OF TWO  METAL RAILS, HENCE ITS NICKNAME. @¤£§†-~...
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...~-†§£¤@ BECAUSE  THE  LOW  FRICTION  BETWEEN THE @¤£§†-~...
..~-†§£¤@# WHEELS OF  THE TRAIN AND THE RAIL METAL, #@¤£§†-~..
.~-†§£¤@## THERE ARE LIMITS FOR HOW  ACUTE A  CURVE ##@¤£§†-~.
..~-†§£¤@# CAN BE, AND EVEN  MORE  SO FOR HOW  MUCH #@¤£§†-~..
...~-†§£¤@ THE   GROUND  UNDER  THE  RAILS  CAN  BE @¤£§†-~...
....~-†§£¤ SLOPED. THUS A RAILWAY IS OFTEN  NOT LED ¤£§†-~....
...~-†§£¤@ ON TOP OF  HILLS, RATHER THROUGH THEM IN @¤£§†-~...
..~-†§£¤@# TUNNELS   (IF   THEY   ARE  LARGE),   OR #@¤£§†-~..
.~-†§£¤@##            ARTIFICIAL CHASMS.            ##@¤£§†-~.
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...~-†§£¤@ THERE WILL BE TREES  ON THE  SIDE OF THE @¤£§†-~...
....~-†§£¤ RAILS,  BUT NOT  TOO CLOSE, OR THEY WILL ¤£§†-~....
...~-†§£¤@ BE CUT  DOWN  BY  THE RAILWAY  JANITORS. @¤£§†-~...
..~-†§£¤@# THERE  WILL  BE  PLAINS,  AND BODIES  OF #@¤£§†-~..
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...~-†§£¤@ TRAINS  GO  BY DAY  AND BY NIGHT.  ALONG @¤£§†-~...
....~-†§£¤      THE WAY, THERE IS INFORMATION       ¤£§†-~....
...~-†§£¤@ SCATTERED,  OFTEN  PUT  ON TOP OF POLES, @¤£§†-~...
..~-†§£¤@# TO BE INTERPRETED BY THE  TRAIN DRIVERS. #@¤£§†-~..
.~-†§£¤@## DIFFERENT  PARTS  OF  THE  RAILWAY  HAVE ##@¤£§†-~.
..~-†§£¤@#          DIFFERENT SPEED LIMITS.         #@¤£§†-~..
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....~-†§£¤ SOMETIMES, TRAINS HAVE TO  STOP AND WAIT ¤£§†-~....
...~-†§£¤@ FOR SOMETHING TO  HAPPEN, FAR AWAY. THIS @¤£§†-~...
..~-†§£¤@# IS  SIGNALED  BY RED  OR  GREEN  LIGHTS. #@¤£§†-~..
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....~-†§£¤ MANY PEOPLE  FOLLOW  THE RAILS BY  FOOT. ¤£§†-~....
...~-†§£¤@ OFTEN  THIS  PROVES  TO  BE THE  SHORTER @¤£§†-~...
..~-†§£¤@# PATH  BETWEEN  TWO  POINTS. HOWEVER THIS #@¤£§†-~..
.~-†§£¤@## IS   FROWNED  UPON,  AND  VERY  IMPOLITE ##@¤£§†-~.
..~-†§£¤@#        TOWARD THE TRAIN DRIVERS!         #@¤£§†-~..
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