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May 25th, 2013

We stopped for two in Newtonville on our way through breaking a very long trainspotting drought, and then stumbled across the Toronto Railway Historical Association's Doors Open display when we got downtown, which we were not expecting.


July 16th, 2013

After a day exploring Hong Kong and taking the city's cable car ride, we took the train up to Tai Po and back to see what we could see.


July 17th, 2013

We went up to Tai Po to find the China-Hong Kong trains that run on the line through that part of Hong Kong. There is a covered pedestrian bridge with open sides a few hundred metres from the train station that provided excellent cover for the strong, driving rain. After, we headed to Tai Wo (the next station) and stumbled across the Hong Kong Railway Museum before going back to Hong Kong Island for a tram ride.


August 3rd, 2013

A high school classmate gave us a ride from downtown Seoul to the Yongsan Electronics Market. I saw a cement-carrying train from the highway and a bit of passenger traffic, but didn't ave any more time in Seoul to explore.