Midnight train to BXL

Bossman
From the corner of my eye
That's breakfast for ya
Colleague
Almost there
Naptime
Switching trains
Outside the looking glass
Train station
Caught
Two
Waiting in Cologne
Speedwagon
Under construction
Boys
In Duesseldorf
Pretty it ain't
Run!
Colleague
Morning
Babak, just woken up
Getting a drink
Babak, sleepy?
In darkness
Almost naptime
From below
SMS
Three's company
Almost there
One quick call
Border or ticket control
Before the night
Out of the window
Three, with beer
Border control
Outside
Warsaw to Cologne
Back
Just waiting
Babak and a small beer
Still working
Chill
Open spaces
Chat
Double work
Getting ready
Smile
Work
From a distance
From above
Jockey
All together now
Close
Movement
That's everyone right there
Piercing
Intrigued
Face
Talk
In the doorway
From below
Relaxed
Taking up space
Smile
In the hallway, waiting
Waiting and drinking
Just checking
Purple does it
Eyes closed
Drinks and cigarettes
On the run
Confused
In control of the drinks
A smoke
A laugh
Performance
Young
Narrow
A tongue lashing
Cute chick with her mouth open
Hiding
Suave
Strange
Zombie attack
Young laugh
Nice eyes, wet nose
Punk is not dead
A crowd
Officials
Older gentleman
Room
Monologue
On the road for what?
Coming through
Together
Taking up the hallway
Punkie
Faces
Very cool
Almost not
Movement in arms
Long
Long and down
Caught
Who?
Officials
Officials
What state?
Skirt
Bored?
One seat
Big smile
Grabtime
Ready to check
Already tucked in
Two in bed
Just reading
Smiling
Lunchtime
Just there
Just in time
A jockey
Controll
Babak
A jockey's girlfriend
Official

On one of my business trips for Procter & Gamble, in January 1999, to Warsaw, Poland, getting back to Brussels, the place where I lived, was prohibited by very bad weather all over Europe.
No planes were flying anywhere. Together with a couple of colleagues, we took a train all the way back to Belgium. This is the phototour of that trip.

Note (January 2008): I moved the photos to Flickr and this page to inside my blog. It's interesting to see that, in fact, this 'project' was something of a precursor to a later project of mine, Portreat.
Also, the camera which I used was the digital camera of a colleague of mine (also on the train). It ate batteries like cats eat fish. In order to get as many photos on the camera as possible, I shot at the lowest resolution (VGA) and the highest compression. Hence the crappy quality.

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