Nikon D90 and Tamron 70-300mm lens in last Sunday.
During World War 2, the Japanese used Allied prisoners of war to build a railway from Thailand to Burma so they could supply their army without the dangers of sending supplies by sea.
Many prisoners died under appalling conditions during its construction, and the line became known as the ‘Death Railway’.
It was immortalised in David Lean’s 1957 film ‘The Bridge on the River Kwai’ which centres around one of the line’s main engineering feats, the bridge across the Kwae Yai river just north of Kanchanburi. Although the film was shot in Sri Lanka, the Bridge on the River Kwai really exists, and still carries regular passenger trains from Bangkok as far as Nam Tok. For anyone interested in 20th century history, a visit to Kanchanaburi and the infamous Death Railway is a must.
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