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20190718_154344.jpg A locality's name with a double X; not common on FranceThumbnailsCyclists, for your safety stay on the cyclewayA locality's name with a double X; not common on FranceThumbnailsCyclists, for your safety stay on the cyclewayA locality's name with a double X; not common on FranceThumbnailsCyclists, for your safety stay on the cyclewayA locality's name with a double X; not common on FranceThumbnailsCyclists, for your safety stay on the cyclewayA locality's name with a double X; not common on FranceThumbnailsCyclists, for your safety stay on the cycleway

In France trains run on the left track, but since Alsace/Lorraine was part of Germany in the late 19th century, here's a Ffying junction between the two zones

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