Chungkai Cutting is part of the Burma-Siam (death) railway, in Thailand, its just outside the town of Kanchanaburi.
I was built by the Japanese using Allied Prisoners of war and Asian civilian labour during the second world war. During its construction more than 180,000 of the workers died during the construction, that's about one for every sleeper laid.
Jubilee class preserved steam locomotive Galatea, 45699, heads the Pendle Dalesman excursion from Kidderminster to Carlisle on Wednesday 25th March 2015 along the famous Settle to Carlisle Railway line and is about to enter Blea Moor tunnel (portal at right of photograph)
Located on Zwarteleenstraat in Zillebeke, south-east of Ypres, the cratered landscaping of Hill 60 bears the scars of a silent witness to an underground war of mines and counter-mines. Marked on the map as 60 metres above sea level, the hill was made of the soil from the Ypres to Comines railway cutting. The Germans captured Hill 60 during the First...
Early Morning Winter View Along Turnagain Arm Showing The Rugged Chugach Mountains Cutting Down Into The Ice Covered Water While Seward Highway And The Railroad Cut A Thin Line Between Them; Alaska, United States Of America