Nearly every night there comes a train from Novosibirsk in Russia to Tahkoluoto Port on the Finnish West Coast with 33 to 36 rail wagons of coal. The coal is unloaded in Tahkoluoto Port  and from there shipped through the Suez Canal to Paradip in India near the border of Bangladesh. In this recording the wagons are emptied, and they are cleaned, locked and arranged before the return to Siberia. In the end, the train with three locomotives leaves the Port, and a silence is settling down.

Tahkoluoto Finland          

Uusiniitty Pori

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