Their Name Liveth For Evermore

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Whether you are a lover of military history, or just a fan of old, war movies, a visit to Kanchanaburi is absolutely required during your next Bangkok, Thailand visit. Located about one and one-half hours outside the city of Bangkok, the bridge over the River Kwae (not Kwai) is still operational. Repaired after allied bombers […]


The Ghan A Great Australian Train Journey

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The Ghan is a living legend in Australian history and offers the ultimate journey through the heart of the Australian continent. Named after Afghan cameleers who originally helped open up the desert interior of Australia in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the Ghan is at once a luxury railway train and a 3000 […]


Only In Russia Tinda

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While living in Siberia for a year, I agreed to speak at a human rights conference. Only in Russia will you find a place like Tinda, a city we stopped in on our way. Trans-Siberian Railway When living in Siberia, the only way to get around is car, helicopter or the Trans-Siberian Railway. Since I […]


Nc Railroad Museum Enthralls Kids Young Old Alike

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Situated in the heart of central North Carolina along the border of Wake and Chatham counties, just thirty minutes south of Raleigh, is the North Carolina Railroad Museum / New Hope Valley Railway. Featuring steam and diesel locomotives as well as various boxcars, flatcars, and the like, the museum / railway has been entertaining train […]


The New Tibet Railway An Affordable Trip Across The Roof Of The World

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The Siberian Express across Russia to Moscow has been described as the best train ride in the world. Maybe not anymore. The Tibetan Railway from Qinghai to Lhasa has thrown its hat in the ring. It will eventually be extended to the Nepalese border, only an hour’s drive from Kathmandu. Some things you might want […]


Hello From Ottawa A Historic Transportation Adventure On The Hull Chelsea Wakefield Steam Train

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Transportation is an integral experience of any trip, and when you get a chance to experience a unique mode of transportation it’s even better. Even though today we didn’t have the best weather, I drove from Ottawa over the bridge to Hull (now officially part of the Municipality of Gatineau), and not far from the […]


Skiing In Chile

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History of Skiing in Chile Getting from point A to point B in the rugged Andes was a cinch in summer. Come winter, though, deep snow, howling winds and massive mountain passes meant going anywhere east or west was nearly impossible. Skiing in South America was a necessity before it was considered a pleasure. On […]


The St Kitts Sugar Cane Railroad

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Early in the 20th Century, a 30-mile railway was constructed on St. Kitts to aid transportation of sugar cane crops to the island’s colonial capital, Basseterre. Today, this unique narrow-gauge railway has found a new life. As part of St. Kitts’ expanding tourism industry, the St. Kitts Sugar Cane Railroad now serves as one of […]


Brighton City Guide Including Brighton Hotels

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Introduction: Nestling between the South Downs and England’s sunny south coast, Brighton is an enchanting, and exciting seaside city. With its mix of Regency heritage, specialist shopping, lively arts, beachfront fun and year round events the place defies comparison. Perfect for a break at any time of the year, Brighton is packed with everything within […]