No matter where you are, trains have the right of way. A train might take a mile or so to come to a stop, which means they cannot stop just because they see a car on the track. So imagine the trepidation a driver would feel having to drive across a bridge that's also a railroad track. One without warning lights. That's the case for a couple of bridges in rural New Zealand, as Tom Scott explains.
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