Many Zimbabweans now shun the train service provided by the National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ), citing poor service, non-adherence to schedules and dilapidated train coaches. However the railway firm is still chugging on with daily trains to various destinations in the country at really cheap prices.
For example a one way economy ticket from Beitbridge to Bulawayo currently costs just US$7.
In the picture, passengers disembark from a train in Bulawayo after travelling from the boarder town. July 14, 2012.
The NRZ was once on of Zimbabwe's most sought after employers and their train services drew passengers from all over the world. Their Blue Train service to Victoria Falls was a favourite among locals and tourists alike.
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