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Re: The William Heschel Telescope and the Milky Way
« Reply #15 on: 15:29:10, 08 June, 2018 »
Looks quite narrow road.
Yes indeed, at least for the top section.  But decently wide lower down in the populated area, and plenty of passing places (you can see two of them in the wide field photo) on the top section.  Which is not exactly a busy road  ;)

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