Tuesday, June 14, 2011

[kl-bogel] Bamboo Train in Cambodia (16 photos)

One of the most interesting train can be seen in Cambodia. This train runs between the capital of Cambodia - Phnom Penh and the small town of Battambang (Battambang). Mostly, they enjoyed the tourists to explore the surrounding area.
Continued inside ...

Bamboo Train in Cambodia (16 photos)

Call it - the bamboo train. The train consists of only one car and going for 20 minutes. On the rails put two wheelsets, and then they placed a bamboo platform and fastened to the received design a diesel generator. Notably also the fact that the rails - just one, so when they met two bamboo trains, the road gives way to one in which there is less passengers. Caravan simply removed from the road, passed the counter, and then placed back on the rails.

Bamboo Train in Cambodia (16 photos)



According to the official journal of the Ministry of Tourism of Cambodia, the bamboo train can travel at speeds of almost 40 km / h and on the platform comfortably housed a tourist, a driver and a moped, but almost always, passengers have several ...

Bamboo Train in Cambodia (16 photos)



Bamboo Train in Cambodia (16 photos)



Bamboo Train in Cambodia (16 photos)



Bamboo Train in Cambodia (16 photos)



Bamboo Train in Cambodia (16 photos)



Bamboo Train in Cambodia (16 photos)



Bamboo Train in Cambodia (16 photos)



Bamboo Train in Cambodia (16 photos)



Bamboo Train in Cambodia (16 photos)



Bamboo Train in Cambodia (16 photos)



Bamboo Train in Cambodia (16 photos)



Bamboo Train in Cambodia (16 photos)



Bamboo Train in Cambodia (16 photos)



Bamboo Train in Cambodia (16 photos)



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