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    Why the waiting traffic at this level crossing can’t move even after the train passes


    This video seems to be one landing directly from some classic cinema. A train pulled by the old-timer - a whistling steam engine - passes through a tunnel and the adjacent level crossing while motorists wait.

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    But what is even more cool is to see the traffic not being able to move even after the vintage carriage trailed by a modern locomotive passes through. The reason? The steam that has covered the tunnel and takes some time to be cleared for the visibility to get normal.

    Why the waiting traffic at this level crossing can’t move even after the train passes

    The chugging engine resembling the era of the old hat-coat detectives; an old tunnel, a countryside setting and all that juxtaposed against people riding modern-day bikes and cars. There is something very pleasant with this video and we are sure you will agree.

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