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farmer's market next to train track - and I mean right next to it!

 
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I was tempted to post this in the farm income forum, but it's really not applicable to most of us.

http://www.wimp.com/vegetablemarket/

Watch it through the end (it's short) to see how much the market folks have to adjust for each train passing.

 
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That must have been the express.  It didn't even stop @ the station.
In many So. American & Asian train stations there are farmer's stalls.  Travelers get hungry.
 
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That is insane.  The sides of the train actually pass over the food bins.
 
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