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About Poland. Page Eleven: About Weakning Pride

There used to be a coal mine in the neighbourhood. They shut it down few years ago.
These two fellows used to work there. They dont any longer. Instead they meet here and have few cheap beers.
But they still proudly talk about their employer, about their past. But this pride is weakening.
In the background we see a tenement house ready for disasembling. "PKP" snatnds for the Polish National Railways, and old school workshop of PKP is right in front of these fellows.

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Additional Photos by Jerzy Bucki (bantonbuju) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 3364 W: 166 N: 7137] (51815)
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