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832-253064 - Port of Bonn, bimodal handling, gantry crane loading a container onto an inland navigation container ship, Magic, while docked on the quay, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, Europe
832-223033 - Container Terminal Bonn, gantry crane loading containers onto a truck, workers standing beside a container forklift at the front, port cranes at the rear, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, Europe
832-136189 - An eastbound train hauling coal from western strip mines passes through the Union Pacific Railroad's Bailey Yard, the largest rail yard in the world which handles 14, 000 rail cars every day, North Platte, Nebraska, USA
832-136190 - An eastbound train hauling coal from western strip mines passes through the Union Pacific Railroad's Bailey Yard, the largest rail yard in the world which handles 14, 000 rail cars every day, North Platte, Nebraska, USA
832-136192 - The locomotive repair shop at Union Pacific Railroad's Bailey Yard, the largest rail yard in the world which handles 14, 000 rail cars every day, North Platte, Nebraska, USA
832-136191 - An eastbound train hauling coal from western strip mines passes through the Union Pacific Railroad's Bailey Yard, the largest rail yard in the world which handles 14, 000 rail cars every day, North Platte, Nebraska, USA
857-13804 - The remote handling of spent fuel in the K Basin. The facility takes almost all the water out of the cannister by heating the water and replacing it with helium. The fuel has been in the water for many years and it is important to get the water out of the fuel for safe storage.
940-63 - Damaged right wing, specifically Plagiopatagium, of male black flying-fox (Pteropus alecto) following barbed wire entanglement, Cudgen, New South Wales, Australia, Pacific
940-112 - ABBBS (Australian Bird and Bat Banding Scheme) identification thumb band on black flying-fox (Pteropus alecto) fitted prior to release, Hopkins Creek, New South Wales, Australia, Pacific
940-115 - Damaged left wing, specifically Plagiopatagium, of black flying-fox (Pteropus alecto) following barbed wire entanglement, Clothiers Creek, New South Wales, Australia, Pacific
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