Anyway, back to Kanchanaburi. I visited the "Death Railway" museum and had a look around. It had a lot of info in it and looked like they actually did research from there. Lots of stuff about the POW camps and how some of the locals helped get them supplies., They mentioned the non-POW workers too, there were around 6000 dead from Australia and England but there were also about 90000 who were not POW's.
|The cemetery across the road from the Museum.|
|Some odd paintings on the wall...|
Very very strange place. Then as I was walking out I almost tripped over an Iguana. Oh.. And that brief moment of panic when I saw a Cheetah in front of me. It was being loaded back onto a bus but I don't think it wanted to be there.
There was access to the roof in one of the buildings so I got up and looked around.
The JEATH museum was right near the bridge so I waited round that area because I knew a train would be coming along between 5 and 6. I wanted to try get on the bridge while it was crossing. But I was just a little bit too late..
|They wouldn't let me on :(|