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  ( Part of the WWII Death Railway)
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Steam locomotive used shortly after the war was
once displayed beside the River Kwai Bridge Station.


Picture from the train (June 20, 2009).


View of Kwae Noi River (June 20, 2009).


Bridge on the River Kwai - Nam Tok Station Railway

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The historic railway to Burma (Death Railway) built during
World War II now exists only a section from the Bridge over
the River Kwai station to Nam Tok station, a distance of
about 50 kilometers (31 miles).

The breath-taking journey along the edge of mountains
and the river by diesel locomotive and passenger cars
is something unforgettable. It takes about one-and-a-
half hours across one of the shakiest bridges in the
world; over the wooden pillars and sleepers creak and
groan as the train moves slowly across them.

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The breath-taking ride on the train.


Tourist train.

Daily Train Schedule

Departure Thonburi Station (Bangkok) Departure the River Kwai Bridge Arrival at Nam Tok Station
- 06.18 08.40
07.40 11.08 12.50
13.50 16.42 18.40
Departure Nam Tok Station Arrival at the River Kwai Bridge Arrival at Thonburi Station (Bangkok)
05.25 07.18 10.20
13.00 14.43 17.40
15.15 17.43 -




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