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New drone video offers bird’s eye view of ongoing construction of new dual track train line in Hua Hin


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By Online Reporter


Mike’s Tropical Tech YouTube channel has released the latest drone video in its fascinating series that documents the construction progress of the new dual track train line in Hua Hin.

 

The video provides a unique perspective of the construction site and offers an insight into the progress being made on this significant infrastructure project.

 

The dual-track train line is set to revolutionize the transportation system in Hua Hin and will significantly reduce journey time between Hua Hin, southern Thailand and Bangkok.

 

The construction of the train line is expected to increase transportation efficiency, reduce traffic congestion, and enhance connectivity within the region.

 

Full story: https://www.huahintoday.com/hua-hin-news/new-drone-video-offers-birds-eye-view-of-ongoing-construction-of-new-dual-track-train-line-in-hua-hin/

 

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I hope to use this service when it's up and running, at the moment the cattle train take 3 hours from Nakhon pathom to Hua Hin station.

 

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Faster, more modern and more efficient forms of transportation are desperately needed here. Thailand is decades behind the curve, and the current train system is an embarrassment to a nation that refers to itself as developing. 

 

The roads are choked up, due to one administration after another ignoring the issue of efficient cargo transport. It is time to get with the program. Sloth is never an excuse. 

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33 minutes ago, spidermike007 said:

Faster, more modern and more efficient forms of transportation are desperately needed here. Thailand is decades behind the curve, and the current train system is an embarrassment to a nation that refers to itself as developing.

We were in Nakhon Si Thammarat in January and wanted to go to Hua Hin by train. I checked train schedules but all I could see from either NST or Thung Song Junction were trains that would have got us in to Hua Hin in the early hours of the morning (01:00-07:00am). Not a single morning time train departure from the info on the SRT website. In the end we stayed south for a few extra days then flew back to Bangkok.

 

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45 minutes ago, soi3eddie said:

We were in Nakhon Si Thammarat in January and wanted to go to Hua Hin by train. I checked train schedules but all I could see from either NST or Thung Song Junction were trains that would have got us in to Hua Hin in the early hours of the morning (01:00-07:00am). Not a single morning time train departure from the info on the SRT website. In the end we stayed south for a few extra days then flew back to Bangkok.

 

The trains here feel like something out of a 1967 time capsule. So little in the way of pride. What gives? 

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