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,,,,,,,,,^                   RAILS                  ^,,,,,,,,,
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,,,,,,^~;* §§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§ *;~^,,,,,,
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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 ##@§£*;~^,
,,^~;*£§@#                  WATER.                  #@§£*;~^,,
,,,^~;*£§@                                          @§£*;~^,,,
,,,,^~;*£§ 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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,,,,,^~;*£                 §§§§§§§§                 £*;~^,,,,,
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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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