Commissioned in 1898, this railway was designed to connect Kinshasa to the port of Matadi palliait the 300 km innavigables of the Congo River. Its construction cost the lives of thousands of Congolese workers. At a standstill since 2003, trains serving the central Congo have resumed operations since August 2015 and now have a first class and a luxury compartment.
Keywords used by Gwenn Dubourthoumieu to describe this photograph: Democratic Republic of the Congo, Congo, Kinshasa, Matadi, train, dawn
This art photograph was made with a digital camera. This print is labeled 2 in a limited edition of 30 copies worldwide in all formats. It is print on pigment baryta paper. This art photography is available in various sizes and finishes.