From Tehran to Turkey: An international journey by train

Laurance Cornet is a journalist from USA, working as a photography and video critic. She also curated photography from and about the Middle East and the Mediterranean.

“Salam. Do you have some salt?” When a shy man in his 30s poked his head around the glass door of our small four-seat compartment, we had been on the train for no more than 15 minutes and were still stunned by the vintage features of the corridor coach that would take us from Tehran, Iran, to Ankara, Turkey.

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Route, timetable, options and fares of Transasia Express (Tehran-Ankara)
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Cover photo by Laurance Cornet


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