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Wow - the strength of that beast must be immense. Incredible musculature.

 

Merry Xmas.

 

Thanks, and Merry Xmas to one and all. The true Ardennes type has been bred specifically for this work, using the slope, they can pull some tonnage.

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Yep, the canals were great feats of engineering, tribute to the navies that built them. Look at the grooves worn in these steel bars set to protect the stonework of the bridges, made by horse drawn traffic with hemp rope.

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