East Coast Trip
18th January 2005
Above: Most of the tunnels on the FMSR system are in the mountains south of Krai.
Below: On a wall at Krai is this map of the KTM system showing all the stations and halts, complete with distances, both imperial and metric.
Above: Staff use these trolleys to travel around the system - they have to follow the same rules as trains and are about to hand over the ticket for the last sector.
Below: Krai shed no longer has any locomotive allocation, instead it now houses the PW trollies.
Above: 6657 has picked up the stranded coaches from Gua Musang and exchanges tokens at Krai as it brings in mail train 94 for Tumpat.
Below: Among the passengers on the train are 2 sheep and a fish, and freight is strewn about in the gangways. These trains are the main form of transport through the jungle.
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