Czech observations through a car windscreen (Not closely observed trains.)

While driving the car along Czech roads, the discoveries came thick and fast.


Nearly all small roads were lined with orchard trees. The varieties were mainly apple and cherry trees.


Lots of places had their resident storks.


Solar power farms were being set up on former industrial sites.


Of course there were a few wind farms, but I don’t think they get a lot of wind.


Outside of the cities, villages and towns all had Public Address Systems on telegraph poles. We went through one village as it was broadcasting. Can someone tell me what they are used for?


The farms grew a wide variety of crops. Who knows what these thistle type plants are?


The Czech Republic has an extensive rail network. The trains may not be that new though.


It is not unusual to find deer grazing alongside the road.

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