AlaskanPipeline

The Trans-Alaska Pipeline shown north of the Brooks Range near Atigun Pass. The zigzag design and fin devices allows for geologic movement and thermal expansion and contraction to keep the 800-mile pipieline from heaving and rupturing.
Jim Lavrakas/Anchorage Daily News – 870602

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