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Thailand’s railway network is old and outdated. Usually it’s quicker to take the bus. But changes are afoot… new stations, new locomotives and more. Obviously good news for travellers. Progress comes at a price though.

With this project, I try to capture the character of Thailand’s railways which is progressively being lost forever.

The picture above is the concourse of Hua Lamphong station, Bangkok. This wonderful old station is over 100 years old but sadly will be closed in 2021 when services move to the new Bang Sue Central Station currently under construction at Chatuchak.

This is a work in progress… I’ll be adding more pictures through 2020.

 

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It’s not Street Photography. I was inspired by Nick DeWolf’s photo trips to SE Asia in the 1970s.

 

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The Nine Emperor Gods Festival begins on the eve of ninth lunar month of the Chinese calendar. The Chinese community believe that abstinence from meat will help them obtain good health and peace of mind.

This exciting festival in not for the faint-hearted.

Unlike Phuket Vegetarian Festival which is geared towards tourists, there is very little English information about the Krabi festival, hence few Westerners attend.

 

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