By MARK DUELL
Route in centre of Hanoi, Vietnam, cuts through streets in old town district, on way to Long Bien Bridge.
The track is so close to buildings that locomotives brush past pedestrians and children playing in street.
Residents have to move out of the way and even dismantle shop displays when the train is approaching.
Ashit Desai, of Bangalore, photographed the people who live next to the railway while he was on holiday.
Some Londoners might joke that it’s the sort of location for which they would probably pay a premium.
This railway line is so close to shops and homes that huge trains are forced to squeeze past market traders, pedestrians and playing children.
The route in the centre of Hanoi, Vietnam, cuts through tight streets in the city’s old town district, heading to Long Bien Bridge.
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