There are more than 100 cars and locomotives.
Chris Staring, Australian photographer from Melbourne traveling to Bolivia has made an amazing series of photos. Chris stumbled upon an abandoned cemetery of old trains which had more than 100 cars and locomotives from the late 19th century.
1. Chris Staring – Australian photographer from Melbourne.
2. Chris traveled to Bolivia and came across the unusual find.
3. The photographer came across an abandoned cemetery of old trains.
4. The cemetery is located just a few kilometers from the town of Uyuni in southern Bolivia.
5. More than 100 train cars and locomotives were in one place.
6. The photographer stumbled upon this place in so-called “Golden hour” when the sun was still out and all around painted with the colors of sunset.
7. A large number of trains has a logical explanation.
8. Even in the 19th century, those territories, now known as the world’s largest salt flats, played an active role in the industrialization of South America.
9. Trains are a reminder of those times when Uyuni was home to hundreds of trains, due to the development of railway transport.
10. Those days are long gone.
11. And now mention them only the remains of the trains.
12. Some trains were built in the early 19th century.
13. View of the decaying trains that no longer go, don’t make hooters, but only sad standing in the middle of the desert and are gradually destroyed, causing these goosebumps.
14. Who would have thought, but these photos speak about how we are helpless in front of time and technical progress.
15. But once they went.
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