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You never cease to amaze me with your great web finds.Two things were interesting. The first every was staring at the camera. It must have been quite a contraption, and certianly most folks had never seen one, let alone one strapped to the front of a trolley. The second was that I realized I had great anxiety watching all those near misses. It made me wonder how often wrecks and pedestrian collisions occured.
Good comments Jeremy. I did find myself slouching down in my seat, backing my head back, thinking "oh shoot o shoot they're going to hit!". It is interesting seeing such a diverse modes of transportation all crisscrossing on the street. Seems like total chaos compared to the 5 lane highways of today. But it doesn't look like anything has a greater top speed then 5 mph.There's probably a "chain of command". It seems trolley's have priority, then carriages, then bikes and pedestrian's who can run out of the way quicker.
Yeesh, those near-misses made me flinch.The music also gave the whole thing a surreal feeling. I imagine it was a lot noisier to be there in person.
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