Monthly Archives: August 2013

Thailand from the train

‘The rise and fall of a railway’ It made headlines in the newspaper: foreign quests walking along the track while their train tumbled of the rail on a remote spot far from any comfort and direct help. A night sleeping … Continue reading

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Minutes of Malaysia III

‘The Wickham Rail Car’ From all railway equipment factories known the name Wickham won’t ring a bell immediately though it played an important role mainly in Britain and some former oversees colonies. The railway system of Sabah (North Borneo) part … Continue reading

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