Monday, 3 December 2018

Waiting On A Train At Yangon's Central Station

A city with classic architecture deserves a classic-looking train station. Happily, Yangon fits the bill. The central station in the city was built in 1954, on the site of an older station that had existed there since 1877. The original station was destroyed during WWII. The rebuilt version replaced the British colonial style with a more Burmese pagoda look.

The grand building.


Inside, waiting and handphone obsessing.

A monk knows how to wait with good posture.


Trouble at the station. No complaints heard and the Most Wanted section.

Shipping department.

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