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Fire trucks move along a road in Sukuiso which was devastated by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami.

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Amazing photo! Should be titled "Queue of hope"

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How are we going to clean all this up? And where is it all going to end up....

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not sure if they shud all be traveling so bunched up together..............

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Dentshop.

The wood can be used to stalk the fires at sentou, will be needed up there for some time.

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Amazing photo! Should be titled "Queue of hope"

Your eyes can confirm your artistic talent ...

How are we going to clean all this up? And where is it all going to end up....

It is useful to learn Japan's modern history ...

not sure if they shud all be traveling so bunched up together..............

One way traffic, but opposite can yield to one-side ... cause of no shoulders.

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Very good photo & I also think that is the end of the railway line as I cannot see the track in front of it.

Still this mess, the loss of homes or business along with loss of lives is really to hard for any of us Cdns to believe other then we know it is true due to the many good photos.

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This could easily be a picture of what devastated the town in Jasper Texas a few years ago. I'm reminded of the power of the wind, rain, earthquakes and the Tsunamni. When I lived in Japan we were blessed to not experience this type of devastation. It can all be replaced or rebuilt. Everything made of material is replaced by more material, but we only have one soul. If we lose our soul and die without restoration, what profit is there. The short answer is to seek the one who created heaven and earth. Even if no one believes in the God of creation and his Son, think about it, what if "we" are all wrong? Any time is good, but now is the best time.

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