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Here, the risk of tourists every day life in search of the perfect selfie

You may well soon not be surprised by what some people will do to get the perfect picture for Instagram. But to put his own life on the line for a feriebillede is still the icing on the cake of stupidity.

nevertheless, this is exactly what tourists flokker to a small residential street in Hanoi, Vietnam, to do.

It writes the Daily Mail.

In the vietnamese capital's bustling 'Old Quarter', there namely an inhabited residential street, where every day is running two through trains through.

the Roadmap is reportedly not fixed, so no one knows exactly when the train comes, while the road is so narrow that all residents must lock their bikes fixed, or take their belongings in, so things do not fly away when the train goes past.

But according to the british media is the purple area in recent years yet been overrun by tourists, who sometimes goes a little too far for a picture on the French-produced railway tracks.

On a large number of pictures on Instagram, one can also see how the tourists both face and even located on the train tracks in the fight for a selfie.

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If you think you have a noisy neighborhood, come to Hanoi and you will see how lucky you are because the train is not passing trough your street! An attractive place to take a photo and also a crazy one since you never know when the train will come . . . . . #hanoi #jungletravel #jjtravelblog #travelguide #travelgirl #travelislife #travelblogger #lovemylife #lovemylifestyle #train #street #hanoitrainstreet #vietnam #neighborhood

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While standing here, we discovered that we were actually about to get run over by a train that still operates on these tracks through the middle of the madness that is #Hanoi. #oops #yikes #TheMarcandLorrieStory #nohumanswereharmed #inthemaking #lullz #trains #traintracks #trainstreet #almostrunover #livetrain #bnachiktravels #bnachikadventures #hanoioldquarter #oldtown #oldquarter #happysaturday #travelbug #jetsetter #flyaway

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I have been having so many adventure this year. But the most fun thing to do was visiting the train street to Hanoi .. The life on this street, how to get there and also the timings two witness the train pass by is all in my new blog . Link into my bio if you want to know how interesting it is .... . . . . #tripoto#tripotocommunity#hanoi#vietnam#asia#adventuretime#travelista #travelinspo #globelletravels #travelvibes #travelstories #travellingram#travellist#wandertheworld#blogoftheday#dailymotivation#travelblogger#experience#cherisheverymoment#trainstreet#hanoiwander#oldquarter#tripofwonders#trains#trainspotting#tracklife

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Although most tourists rush away from the rails and in safety before the train gets too close, there are several who seek the thrill of seeing the train up close.

- It is fantastic, but also a bit scary at the same time, says an australian tourist by the name of Michelle Richards told AFP.

It felt like when you're waiting for, it will be christmas eve. Since it (the train, red.) arrived, it was really something special, " says another tourist by the name of Paul Hardiman, who comes from the Uk.

the railroad tracks was built by the French, who in the late 1800s, occupied Hanoi. They took then the train tracks to transport both goods and people across the country.

During the Vietnam war, sections of railway damaged by american bombs, but it was later repaired and is today used by both locals and tourists in the capital.

See more pictures of the rails in the city including:

Photo: Nhac NGUYEN/AFP

Photo: Nhac NGUYEN/AFP

Photo: Nhac NGUYEN/AFP

Photo: Nhac NGUYEN/AFP

Photo: Nhac NGUYEN/AFP

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