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Shanghia Noon - Power Lines
In the begining when the train is about to get robbed. The camera flys over a mountain and you see the train, along the train tracks there are power lines. Remember that it is stated earlier that it is the 1880s, also it is in the west.
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Mercury on 06-29-2000
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Dreyfuss writes:
Yes, they are telegraph lines, which typically followed train tracks (easier to maintain them if you can get to them easily).
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ymeng2000 writes:
I think they are telegraph lines.
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