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:~^..=¤^--                   RAILS                  --^¤=..^~:
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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. ¤¤-.=-¤..¤
.^:=¤''¤.=                                          =.¤''¤=:^.
-¤~¤.-~:^: 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.                  :=^^~.~~'.
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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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