Monthly Archives: February 2011

A tale of China

‘A phoenix and the ashes’ It’s a certain deficiency not having all the pictures on hand to illustrate stories in mind. My collection of slides I left behind in Europe and beside some useful for the series there’s no need … Continue reading

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Pictures of China

‘The days of decay’ 1 – Deprived of all parts but without any doubt a Michelin railcar 2 – Compare the front window setting with the one on the bridge, definitely another type 3 – The interior with panorama view 4 … Continue reading

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Thailand from the train

‘The hey-days and the heritage’ Do Thai people have interest in heritage or showing compassion with their past? Is there any real knowledge or do they just live by the day? Considered from a historical standpoint it’s understandable, urbanisation in … Continue reading

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Thailand from the train

‘A rail heritage pictorial’

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A tale from Taiwan

‘In the wake of a turntable’ The saying ‘it’s a small world’ absolutely apposite the tiny turntable in the middle of a street were one leads a merry life but not many have seen it. That’s to say; foreigners, for … Continue reading

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A tale from Taiwan

‘The Wulai slide-show’ Nº 1 – The town station still in the puschcarts era Nº 2 – Waiting for the next run in the loop Nº 3 – Nearing town from the waterfall Nº 4 – The same location but … Continue reading

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A tale from Taiwan

‘The mockery of a bird’ A branch line into the mountainous interior as far as it goes without using a rack, zigzag or  other invention on rail to reach higher ground. The latter will be the last tale in this … Continue reading

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