Burma Rails

During my travels in Southeast Asia, I spent a considerable amount of time on a train—especially in Myanmar (also/previously known as Burma). The train system was built during British occupation (1824-1948) and has seen very few improvements or repairs. 

I was intrigued by the lifestyle of Myanmar travelers and how they lived at the mercy of the rails. At peace with their predicament as travelers, I attempted to catch the lucidness at which they carry out their travels.