Two Trains and a Bridge

Two trains are crossing the bridge bellow at the same speed on a non-windy day. One of the trains, however, takes significantly more time to pass the bridge than the other. Why?

The two trains have different lengths, so the longer one needs more time until it crosses completely the bridge.

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