An explorer with a knack for finding hidden gems has been dubbed ‘The Railway Explorer’ after his discovery of an underground railway in Romania.
The word ‘rocks’ is a Romanisation of the name ‘Romania’ meaning ‘mountain’, but is now used to describe the vast, flat and flat-topped plateau that is Romania’s Rocky Mountains.
It is the world’s second-largest railway network after China’s, with more than 1,300 kilometres of track stretching between the cities of Bucharest and Bucharest, which has a population of around 200 million.
Romania has also become known for its stunning scenery, with stunning scenery in the mountains and vast countryside.
Its landscape is dotted with mountains and valleys, dotted with lakes, fountains and many other natural wonders.
It also has a rich history of mining, oil and gas exploration, the first of which was opened in 1884 by the Russian tsar Alexander II.
Romanian President Klaus Iohannis is also a passionate explorer and has visited the site of the railway.
“I visited the mine in 2011, and this is the first time I have seen this underground railway, and I was blown away,” he told the Associated Press news agency.
I have been here before, but never in Romania, and you can see it here.”
The underground railway is the greatest discovery of my life, and the only place in the world that I could have seen that,” he added.
The mine was originally built to mine ore from the nearby coal-fired power plant, which had been shut down in 2008.
The railway was discovered by the mine’s first manager, Dragan Pesta, when he visited Romania in 2005.
Dragan Pestsa, pictured, was the mine manager and owner of the mine when he found the underground railway.
He said he would go out every night and find the buried coal beneath the soil, which is then excavated.”
You need to get the miner to dig underneath it and dig to find the ore, but we don’t have that job here,” he said.”
We don’t even have a drill.
We don’t know how to dig.
I was the one who got me involved in this.
“The mine’s owners said Dragan has been a successful miner for 40 years and is well respected in Romania and abroad.”
Dragan is a very hard-working man, and he will go out and dig the coal,” the mine owners said in a statement.”
He has done so successfully for more than 40 years, and we are confident that he will continue to find a way to mine coal for Romania.
“Dragan said he hoped his discovery would give the country more of a boost to the mining industry.”
This discovery will help Romania to develop a new mining industry, and a new industry that will provide jobs for thousands of people, who have not had them for decades,” he is quoted as saying.
The discovery came a month after Romania announced plans to close the coal-burning power plant.
It said it would close down the coal plant, after Romania’s National Coal Board (RBM) failed to deliver the required funds to continue operations.
Romanias coal-powered electricity was estimated to generate about 1.3 million tonnes of carbon dioxide, or CO2.