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Railway Track Viewed from Train

Where is this unidentified stretch of railway track?

Non-Fiction 1900


The 'phantom ride' genre, offering a driver's-eye view of a rail journey, was one of the most popular in early film. Often, as here, the vicarious (and for early film audiences, still very novel) sense of movement the films offered was more important than the location. But can you help us identify this stretch of track?