The Reunification Express, Vietnam

The Reunification Express, Vietnam - Isma Monfort

The line that connects the south with the north got the actual name when reopened and returned to service on December 1976, unifying Vietnam by train again. The many damages to the line made during the wars had to be repaired and many bridges reconstructed in order to make it possible. There are many ways to go from Ho Chi Minh City, the main town at the south of Vietnam, to Hanoi, the capital of the country about 1700 kilometers to the north. But none of them offer the same historical connotations as the Reunification Line, completed by the French in 1936 and stopped when the country was divided in 1954 after the first Vietnam war.

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(May-July 2014)