Indian Railway fan-photographers capture the drama of the trains that run the country

One of his photographs was taken in the misty Kachhwa Road station — a tiny outpost in Mirzapur, Uttar Pradesh.

The station consists of just two platforms, both of which are uncovered. One train is already stationed, but another is fast approaching.

Stragglers run across the tracks to the platform and the waiting crowd — bathed in the grey light of an overcast sky — have turned as one towards the incoming train. Like most railway photography, it captures both stillness and motion — the march of people and trains and goods that defines the essence of railways.

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