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If you pay for two tickets (perfectly affordable, given the fare) you can have sole occupancy of a coup.The sleeping-cars are all British-built, the ones with wood-panelled interiors in Gloucester in 1952, the ones with the less attractive formica interiors in Birmingham in 1958.Soldiers and armoured vehicles blocked roads to the main government offices, parliament and the courts in central Harare, while taxis ferried commuters to work nearby, a Reuters witness said.“We are only targeting criminals around him (Mugabe) who are committing crimes that are causing social and economic suffering in the country in order to bring them to justice,” Zimbabwe Major General SB Moyo, Chief of Staff Logistics, said on television.Lack of bedding didnt matter to me as I had a sleeping bag.The train was reasonably busy as it was the start of the school holidays.Travellers should allow plenty of time to get to the train as the platforms are very long and the Victoria Falls train was at the far end of its platform.
Nice staff and a wonderful trip, we could see giraffes, antelopes and monkeys from the train. Arrived maybe an hour late to Victoria falls due to heavy load, but we would not mind more delays, since the trip was so fascinating." Traveller James Stephenson rode the Bulawayo to Vic Falls train in 2017: "I have just travelled through Zimbabwe and Zambia with my wife and two young children aged 9 and 7. The train is old and not perfectly clean but it really is fine.
Although they now carry National Railways of Zimbabwe insignia, they are still painted in the original 'Rhodesia Railways' colours, and windows and mirrors are etched with the 'RR' logo.
The coaches were in OK condition when I travelled myself in 2001, but admittedly have been let go a bit lately and are now fairly decrepit, given Zim's economic circumstances.
The toilet was perfectly functional and, I think, was cleaned in the morning.
The blind in my cabin did not work but the windows in the cabin and in the corridor easily opened for taking photographs/taking in the scenery.
" Traveller Angus Wheeler travelled from Bulawayo to Vic Falls in 2017: "When I arrived at Bulawayo station I had no problem buying two first class tickets in a coupe for $12 per ticket.