In 1966, my father, brother and I travelled up the infamous WWII Death Railway from Kanchanaburi (the location of the famous bridge) to Nam Tok (where the line ended). In those days there was a daily steam-hauled mixed train which was the only connection to the outside world as no roads had yet been built.

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Locomotive 738
© Edward Mallorie

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Another picture of 738
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Inside cab of 738
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Station scene
© Edward Mallorie

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Crossing River Kwai bridge
© Edward Mallorie

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View ahead from cab
© Edward Mallorie

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Train on timber trestle
© Edward Mallorie

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Crossing timber trestle
© Edward Mallorie

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View back down train
© Edward Mallorie

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Chunkai War Cemetary
© Edward Mallorie

 

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