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SGR Construction...Track Laying Machine....

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Well i remember ranting here some time back that the rail is being done by hand while there exist technology to automate this process like this here


...well i was reliably informed that the manual track laying was only for the section connecting the Bridge Guiders and sleepers Factory in Emali to the main line....

so lo and behold the track laying machine has finally arrived....and it was spotted somewhere...
Photo courtesy of Sky Scraper City www.skyscrapercity.com

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nairobilay

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Its always good to have a unique hobby....sitaki mkuwe watu wa kuandika kwa CV ati my hobby is watching football and eating nyama choma...
Si uandike "Senior Villager"?...so tell me, Im an amateur photographer, where can i go to take photos of our trains here? Can i just walk onto the RVR at railways huko haile selassie? or is there a better place?
 

shocks

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this is from Germany, baba yao


in the chinesse one, the rails and sleepers are first assembled in a yard before being transported, hii ya germany kila kitu inafanywa uwanjani
 
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Si uandike "Senior Villager"?...so tell me, Im an amateur photographer, where can i go to take photos of our trains here? Can i just walk onto the RVR at railways huko haile selassie? or is there a better place?
Visit the railway Museum for starters hapo tu Railway Station...is like 100 bob and bargain with the tour guide to take you round..he has a wealth of information and you will enjoy so much..and the pics you will get are epic....To get pictures of the local trains i would suggest on a weekday take the 2nd syokimau train fromTown...it leaves at around 8.15 or there bouts...you can confirm the time from their website...and ride it to Syokimau and back....it will be a morning well spent...then you can take all the pictures you want
 

nairobilay

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Visit the railway Museum for starters hapo tu Railway Station...is like 100 bob and bargain with the tour guide to take you round..he has a wealth of information and you will enjoy so much..and the pics you will get are epic....To get pictures of the local trains i would suggest on a weekday take the 2nd syokimau train fromTown...it leaves at around 8.15 or there bouts...you can confirm the time from their website...and ride it to Syokimau and back....it will be a morning well spent...then you can take all the pictures you want
Thank you. :)
 
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