Guard·rail : ɡärdrāl : [noun] : a strong fence at the side of a road or in the middle of an expressway, intended to reduce the risk of serious accidents.
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along State Route 260
in southeastern Washington,
a crumbling ribbon of blacktop,
no longer protected from a falling down old wooden post and cable guardrail,
slopes down towards what once was a tiny town called Estes.
All that exists of Estes these days
are two abandoned large wooden grain elevators
an old railroad grade,
a coulee full of scrub grass
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