A passenger train moving slowly over Pamban Bridge, India’s second longest sea bridge, the construction of which commenced in 1911 and was commissioned on February 24, 1914.

My entry for Cee’s Fun Photo Challenge – topic Bridges.


    • Thank you Eugenia! You have some really nice content in your blog too. I am trying to find more time to visit every blog am following. Am hoping it happens soon. πŸ™‚

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    • Thanks Neel! We waited close to an hour and a half just so we could see this train. I actually wanted to be there in the evening around sunset so that I’ll get some drama in the sky along with the train, but unfortunately we were leaving that night and there was no way we could stay back till late evening. πŸ™‚

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