A newly renovated KiHa 183 series trainset donated from Japan, while crossing Tham Krasae Bridge, a part of the famous "Death Railway" linking Thailand and Burma constructed during World... (more)
State Railway of Thailand GE UM12C #4045 leads Train #257 along the River Kwai just outside Kanchanaburi, Thailand. This scheduled tourist train is running on the only remaining active piece of th... (more)
State Railway of Thailand GE UM12C #4017 leads Train #486 through Ban Kao Village against the backdrop of the beautiful mountains of Sai Yok National Park. This mixed train is running on the only ... (more)
On a sunny December day, State Railway of Thailand GE UM12C #4045 leads Train #257 across the famous Wangpho Trestle. This curved trestle was built by enslaved Allied POW's during World War II as ... (more)
Ordinary Train No.258 from Nam Tok to Thonburi over the Tham Krasae Bridge, Thailand–Burma Railway or calling in Death Railway.
GE UM12C #4045 leads the Bangkok bound passenger train off of the Wangpho Trestle. This trestle was built by POWs during the Second World War as part of the infamous Death Railway.
GE UM12C #4017 leads the late afternoon mixed train across Wangpho Trestle north of Kanchanaburi, Thailand. This famous wooden trestle was built by British, Australian and American POW's during 19... (more)