A train carrying South Korean delegates heads to North Korea from the South Korean side of the demilitarised zone in Paju on November 30. Photo: Kyodo

South Korean trains venture over the border for first time in a decade to fix the North’s dilapidated railway

  • Six railcars carrying dozens of South Korean officials and engineers will inspect 1,200km of track over 18 days
  • The study will be used to draw up plans for modernising the North’s ageing rail lines
Topic |   North Korea

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A train carrying South Korean delegates heads to North Korea from the South Korean side of the demilitarised zone in Paju on November 30. Photo: Kyodo
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