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This page 13 photos and some text of Road-
Trains travelling though the vast Outback of
Australia with thousands of kilometres of drit
Above: When we travel back without a load, we put the unloaded
trailers on the back so we can travel back as a single.
Buy doing this we save on tyer's and wheel bearing.
Above: This is a photo of the end of the sealed road and the start of
the dirt road, there is a warning sign because there is no place to buy
fuel for 900 hundred kilometers.
The Outback is thousands of kilometers of land much of it is cattle
stations (Ranchers) that are hundreds of square kilometers each.
Above: This is a dirt ramp that we use to load a unladen trailer
onto the top of the bottom trailer, they also use the ramp to
load the cattle onto Road-Trains.
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