End of the Line, a photo series of an abandoned train graveyard in Bolivia that was captured by Bolivian Chris Staring, a Melbourne-based Australian photographer and traveler. The train graveyard is located near the city of Uyuni, southern Bolivia, there’re more than 100 rail cars and locomotives quietly lying on the world’s largest salt flats, in the 19th century of South America’s industrialization, Uyuni was a home for the busy railcar factory.
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