On the Iron Rails of the Orient: Train Journeys in Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam and Tibet
From a train line that is no longer operational to the highest train ride in the world, this collection of pictorial essays charts a photographers journey, often off the beaten tourist track, across four Asian territories. Be captivated by the poignant images of life and activities on board the trains as well as the countryside that surrounds the iron rails.
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Asia Ayutthaya baht Bangkok Battambang Beijing bicycle board the trains Buddha statues Buddhism built Cambodian cards or drink carriage chat for hours Chiang Chinese colonial colonial-era conductors countryside Danang dancers Devotees diesel dining car engineers Erawan Shrine Forbidden City French giant Hai Van Pass Hanoi Ho Chi Minh Hua Lamphong intimate view IRON RAILS Jokhang Temple jungle Khmer kilometers Kris LcBoutillier Lampang LeBoutillier Lhasa look Lopburi major stop midday sun Minh City Mobile phones modern world monk monkeys moped driver mountain Nha Trang noodles old men play Opposite past Phitsanulok Phnom Penh photographer play cards Potala prayer wheels Quang railway Rambo regular life compressed Reunification Express rice paddies roof Saigon seats street Sukhothai Thailand Tiananmen Tibet Tibetan plateau ticket tourists town tracks train journey train line train ride train station train travels transportation gives trip Vietnamese Vinh visitors walk Wat Phra