Near the Yangon Central Railway Station, abandoned rail cars slowly waste away. It's downtown Yangon, the station being the largest in the country, yet the jungle looks ready to to take over the area if only it can be neglected a little longer. A city ready to break out into the international stage and quickly developing, but some parts of its past are still close to home.
Riding the train is in itself a bit of a tourist destination. A fleeting glimmer looking into the daily life of the Burmese that depend on rail transit. It's people watching, but taken to the touristic level where people come and go, transporting their goods or their children. Everyone playing a part in the larger story that's waiting to be told if only more people would visit and see the country for themselves.