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Kolej w Myanmar - NYT (16)

! EN_01263224_0015 NYT
A passenger looks out of a Circle Line train as others who just disembarked walk along the tracks in Yangon, Myanmar, April 8, 2017. The charmingly decrepit line, built more than 60 years ago to connect rural suburbs to the city's commercial heart, is a functioning if fading piece of the past; daily commuters say that a promised modernization cannot come soon enough. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
! EN_01263224_0004 NYT
Passengers lean out of the doors of a Circle Line train as it travels past farmland near the Parami station, in a suburb of Yangon, Myanmar, April 8, 2017. The charmingly decrepit line, built more than 60 years ago to connect rural suburbs to the city's commercial heart, is a functioning if fading piece of the past; daily commuters say that a promised modernization cannot come soon enough. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
! EN_01263224_0005 NYT
A girl holds a child beside rail tracks near the Parami station, on the 28-mile Circle Line around Yangon, Myanmar, April 8, 2017. The charmingly decrepit line, built more than 60 years ago to connect rural suburbs to the city's commercial heart, is a functioning if fading piece of the past; daily commuters say that a promised modernization cannot come soon enough. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
! EN_01263224_0006 NYT
Passengers look out of a Circle Line train as it makes its 28-mile circuit around Yangon, Myanmar, April 8, 2017. The charmingly decrepit line, built more than 60 years ago to connect rural suburbs to the city's commercial heart, is a functioning if fading piece of the past; daily commuters say that a promised modernization cannot come soon enough. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
! EN_01263224_0008 NYT
Passengers ride the Circle Line train as it makes its 28-mile circuit around Yangon, Myanmar, April 7, 2017. The charmingly decrepit line, built more than 60 years ago to connect rural suburbs to the city's commercial heart, is a functioning if fading piece of the past; daily commuters say that a promised modernization cannot come soon enough. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
! EN_01263224_0016 NYT
Passengers ride the Circle Line train as it makes its 28-mile circuit around Yangon, Myanmar, April 7, 2017. The charmingly decrepit line, built more than 60 years ago to connect rural suburbs to the city's commercial heart, is a functioning if fading piece of the past; daily commuters say that a promised modernization cannot come soon enough. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
! EN_01263224_0001 NYT
A vendor sells slices of green mango aboard a Circle Line train on its 28-mile circuit around Yangon, Myanmar, April 6, 2017. The charmingly decrepit line, built more than 60 years ago to connect rural suburbs to the city's commercial heart, is a functioning if fading piece of the past; daily commuters say that a promised modernization cannot come soon enough. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
! EN_01263224_0012 NYT
A train on the 28-mile Circle Line moves past idled road traffic near the Kyeemyindaing station in downtown Yangon, Myanmar, April 6, 2017. The charmingly decrepit line, which connects rural suburbs to the city's commercial heart, is a functioning if fading piece of the past; daily commuters say that a promised modernization cannot come soon enough. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
! EN_01263224_0011 NYT
A Circle Line train pulls into a downtown station on its 28-mile circuit around Yangon, Myanmar, April 5, 2017. The charmingly decrepit line, built more than 60 years ago to connect rural suburbs to the city's commercial heart, is a functioning if fading piece of the past; daily commuters say that a promised modernization cannot come soon enough. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
! EN_01263224_0014 NYT
Novice nuns reading in the waiting room at the Mingaladon station, on the 28-mile Circle Line around Yangon, Myanmar, April 2, 2017. The charmingly decrepit line, built more than 60 years ago to connect rural suburbs to the city's commercial heart, is a functioning if fading piece of the past; daily commuters say that a promised modernization cannot come soon enough. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
! EN_01263224_0013 NYT
A signalman monitors a control panel to direct incoming trains at the Danyingon rail station north of Yangon, Myanmar, April 4, 2017. Here, employees supposed to wear crisp, white shirts with epaulets frequently strip down to their undershirts to keep cool in the sweltering ticket booths and control rooms. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
! EN_01263224_0002 NYT
An engineer operates a Circle Line train through the rural northern reaches of its 28-mile circuit around Yangon, Myanmar, April 3, 2017. The charmingly decrepit line, built more than 60 years ago to connect rural suburbs to the city's commercial heart, is a functioning if fading piece of the past; daily commuters say that a promised modernization cannot come soon enough. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
! EN_01263224_0003 NYT
Vegetable vendors right by the tracks at the Danyingon train station, on the 28-mile Circle Line around Yangon, Myanmar, April 2, 2017. The charmingly decrepit line, built more than 60 years ago to connect rural suburbs to the city's commercial heart, is a functioning if fading piece of the past; daily commuters say that a promised modernization cannot come soon enough. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
! EN_01263224_0007 NYT
Vegetable vendors crowd a platform at the Danyingon train station, on the 28-mile Circle Line around Yangon, Myanmar, April 2, 2017. The charmingly decrepit line, built more than 60 years ago to connect rural suburbs to the city's commercial heart, is a functioning if fading piece of the past; daily commuters say that a promised modernization cannot come soon enough. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
! EN_01263224_0009 NYT
Passengers peer out from a Circle Line train as it approaches a station on its 28-mile circuit around Yangon, Myanmar, April 1, 2017. The charmingly decrepit line, built more than 60 years ago to connect rural suburbs to the city's commercial heart, is a functioning if fading piece of the past; daily commuters say that a promised modernization cannot come soon enough. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
! EN_01263224_0010 NYT
Passengers board a Circle Line train at a station on its 28-mile circuit around Yangon, Myanmar, April 1, 2017. The charmingly decrepit line, built more than 60 years ago to connect rural suburbs to the city's commercial heart, is a functioning if fading piece of the past; daily commuters say that a promised modernization cannot come soon enough. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!