Albanian railroad was built during Communism. She is nearly unusable and only for the poor to travel Train wagons and engines are mostly made in the 60s and trying to survive the capitalistic system. Albania’s state-run railroad has approximately 240 miles of track..
Despite its limited network and poor equipment, the Albanian Railroad authorities predict they will carry 5,300 passengers per day for 2008. These images are taken in the way to Durres city, the closest city with capital Tirana.