On the way to Quepos from Liberia, I stopped in the city of Barranca for a delicious lunch, then shot this rusty, neglected, decaying train bridge. While shooting, several people walked across the bridge using the concrete pathway on the right, but the panels were loose, cracked, and wobbly, and you wouldn't catch me on it!
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