I eagerly boarded the train that was stopping at Mae Klong station, but it was not yet time to leave. Even if the train was to leave on time, there was still some time before the departure. I sat in the rundown train and waited for the departure time to arrive quietly. I saw that there were food stalls out of the train window. They were plying their trade in the dimly lit station building. Along with various signs were written in Thai and a little bit of English. According to it, this seemed to be a noodle stall. It says that there were three kinds of noodles: beef, pork and chicken noodles.
There were several tables in front of the stall and customers were seated at them. They even went to the trouble of writing part of the signage in English, probably to attract foreign tourists who came for this train, but unfortunately, I didn't think it was going well. All the people at the table looked like locals. At any rate, the man in the stall was busily boiling the noodles and the woman, a staff member, was busily bringing the noodles to the customers.
|Jul 2018 IN THE CITY THAILAND|
|FOOD STALL MAE KLONG MAE KLONG RAILWAY STATION|
July 20, 2018
September 22, 2020
Mae Klong, Thailand
SONY ALPHA 7R II
SONNAR T* FE 55MM F1.8 ZA