File:Construction du barrage de Vaucluse.jpg

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Français : Construction du barrage de la Chartreuse de Vaucluse vers 1922 submergé en 1968 à la mise en eau du barrage de Vouglans. Au premier plan un cheval semble harnaché pour tirer quatre wagonnets sur des rails (wagons hippomobiles).
English: Construction of Chartreuse de Vaucluse dam in 1922 which was flooded in 1968 by the filling of Vouglans dam. In the foreground a horse seems to be harnessed to pull four little wagons on rails.
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