Video from the infamous Wagon 16, from Lanzhou to Dunhuang, in Gansu, China. In the previous two posts (read parts 1-2 and part 3) I attempted to describe the experience in writing, riding with unreserved seats (standing for the most part) for 14 hours. Short video including some introductory shots from the 1st class train from Beijing, to give a comparison.
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