188.8.131.52 Example 1
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- Railways are generally thinner than roads with fewer intersections. They have smooth curves and bends with no abrupt changes in direction.
- Generally there are a lack of access points, buildings and infrastructure along the railway line.
- In Figure: 184.108.40.206a the colour of the railway line is similar to the surrounding area, due to the lack of pavement.
- In Figure: 220.127.116.11b the spectral signature of the railway (red) is similar to the surrounding vegetation and landscape, as opposed to the road which stands out as bright blue.
|Figure: 18.104.22.168 Differentiation of Railways from Roads.
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