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This is not Ipoh’s railway station. It looks like fruits that the man was selling.
Hi NCK. you could be right….I just made a random guess as to where this picture was taken – our donor sent this one along with other shots of the railway station, hence my random guess.
NCK, yes you are right, but now you have set a new problem, – which Perak station is this for we are pretty positive it was in Perak.
That beats me. I hardly know the other stations in Perak. They may all closely resemble each other.
Since you posted the photo here, the station might be in a town near Ipoh – like Batu Gajah or Gopeng (if there was a station at Gopeng).
Most likely it was the Batu Gajah station. These vendors came by the windows of the carriage and offer their various types of food when te mail train stops at the station. Kachang puterajaya, vadeh, drinks and ice cream potong are te usual offerings.
It is not Batu Gajah because no pedestrian brigde in that station maybe Lawan Kuda or Malim Nawar