Road transport becomes the dominant mode of transport in post World War II Europe under reconstruction.
Europe Date:1950 Duration:2 min 38 sec Sound:Yes
Road transportation system in post World War II Europe, supporting reconstruction efforts. European workers work at a bridge being bulit. Workers work on constructing a highway in Belgium. Diesel trailer trucks along with cars and Volkswagen bus or van vehicles move along a road in Germany. A truck stop at a gas station to refuel. Men load a truck with parts for construction of a power plant, and another truck with containers containing refrigerated fish. A truck pulls semi-trailers. A trailer truck loaded with Swedish furniture moves bringing new furnishings to homes in a town on the Polders of Holland. Boom in tourism begins. Signs at a Tourism office in Milan, Italy. European people at a Swiss railroad station. Swedish and Italian International tourism buses traveling in Europe providing a way to tour and sleep without needing to stay in hotels.
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