Railroad bridge collapsing like dominos in Texas fire

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+27 1. krillemaster commented 9 years ago

was this planned? it sorta feels like it.
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+8 2. Dmitry commented 9 years ago

It's about time they switch to steel and concrete in bridge building. :|
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+19 3. steve1960 commented 9 years ago

Not much else to do in Texas >:)
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+18 4. Rathor commented 9 years ago

They didn't even bother to extinguish the fire... It was all planned ;)
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+4 5. Urihep commented 9 years ago

Uncontrolled fires are of course terrible, but this was fucking awesome! The burning bridge was beautiful, and when it fell... Like others said: Looks like it was planned. Great clip!
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-1 6. schlafanzyk commented 9 years ago

Only in ancient Texas would there even be a railroad bridge made out of wood at this point in time.
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+2 7. UofMichFan commented 9 years ago

That was pretty cool.
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-2 8. jackDjohnson commented 9 years ago

Yeah Yeah FIRE FIRE !!!!
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+6 9. aquilon1234 commented 9 years ago

A little research done and results came up rapidly... According to these (and a few others)

It wasn't planned.... after trying to put it out it was simply deemed too dangerous to try and continue fighting it.....


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0 10. torbengb commented 9 years ago

When was that built... 1872?
Perhaps now they've got an excuse to build it using modern materials.