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Modified 12-Aug-11
Created 20-Apr-11
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The famous death railway bridge near Kanchanaburi, Thailand has a museum and preserved locomotives, the two with identifiable origin being built by the North British works of Glasgow. More information at
Tourist train DSCN0156Tourist train Bridge DSCN0167Tourist train Bridge DSCN0165Tourist train Bridge DSCN0164Tourist train Bridge DSCN0154Tourist train Bridge DSCN0153Tourist train Bridge DSCN0151Station DSCN0207'Rocked vehicle' DSCN0173Rail truck DSCN0206Rail build scene DSCN0177No. 804 tender top DSCN0204No. 804 tender DSCN0201No. 804 tender DSCN0200No. 804 tender bogie DSCN0203No. 804 plate DSCN0199No. 804 plate DSCN0198No. 804 locomotive DSCN0202No. 804 locomotive DSCN0197No. 804 backhead DSCN0205

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Keywords:British, Kanchanaburi, North, River Kwae Bridge, River Kwae Bridge Museum, Thailand, locomotive, steam locomotive