Train travels through narrow gap inbetween houses in Vietnam

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Samuel Heath : Not 'literally' in the living room is it though, it's not like someones got their couch and tv on the tracks

Dubious : what came first, the railroad or the houses..

jca111 : "train literally passing through your living room"? No its not.

dubtat : "Plus a train literally passing through your living room every day..."  British people really need to learn the definition of "literally."

sjtom57 : Rail fan's delight, home owners nightmare.

john smitty : this is what happens when you have no building code or city planning, and people can just put up houses when and where they want

Dimitrovich Kovalenko : USA in next 25 years

Arbitrator207 : Where's the kids? Oh, just playing out the front.

bimosalexandres : no need to rush to go to the train station, just open your front door and the passing train right there... just jump and go

ㅤ ㅤ : Literally doesn't mean what she thinks it does...

Cris LeRose : o.k. kids time to go out and play....

John Benton : Some planning departments are easier to bribe than others!

flyonawndshield : Narrator, please learn what "literally" literally means.

Willy Stroker : Nice job with the urban planning there

Phuc Bui : I live in Hanoi myself, and the trains do not run over "that" many people and pets. The residents are used to the trains and know of the schedules. Plus, the crossings on both ends of this pass give an early warning.

VincentTG : Great urban planning !

sobojetty : "Does this train go to your street?" "You bet"


Aventanario : If you want to live near the tracks. Be a train fan

Paul Quick : The train doesn't appear to be "litrully" passing through anyone's living room.

MalcolmCooks : "rushes"

Elmware : I'd rather have a train passing my front door twice a day than a busy railway in my backyard with trains constantly speeding through, like when I lived by the CN tracks in Chilliwack, BC.

Andrew Bui : No wonder my parents moved out of Vietnam

Theflying Fokker : good morning vietnam i guess

Jay Lookie : That looks so cool and interesting.

Glitcher2000 : This is pretty much how I design Sim City....

Malte B. : W   T   F   ?   !

YoshTG : there is something like this shit in germany, but im not talking about trains. Churches are creating loud noises and really annoying noises, too. its horrible. i moved here 2 months ago and i cant even sleep properly because this piece of irrationality and hypocrisy makes those awful noises near my current home. its reminds me of why irrationality and ignorance can lead to really bad things.

Gene Kinnick : One of their versions of population control.

Railfan Center : OMG

vincent : She needs to look up the meaning of "literally".

Abhinav Jauhari : It is so amazing to see these type of things

MrSkypony : That's only one of the stupid things they have. I spent 2 years there and they are very screwed up and not to bright

Sikander Khan : How people around this railway line sleep.

Hoàng Nguyễn : i'm vietnamese and i hate those comments

桝谷哲哉 : 某公園にて、guitar.08053400776桝谷哲哉

akseli9 : Human beings never cease to show how absurdly stupidly sick they are, in every part of the world with an infinite creativity when it comes to act like mad laughable fools.

Iris Sosa : I have one question to the Vietamese Goverment:What would happen if a train goes out of control and derails and hits one of the houses?

Netrooo : Location: 21.028768, 105.842221

Jason Smith : This is almost as bad as the video of the train through the market somewhere. Where the shops retract the roof and shout people to move in as the train passes... Then suddenly it's a market as if nothing happened... Why is there a track so close like this anyway?

oldjaguar : We have a stretch of railway just like that here in Riverhead, NY, United States. It's barely used but nonetheless very dangerous whenever the trains rolls through. 

Fuzzyscarfandmittens : There's a market either in India or Indonesia or somewhere like that where the train passes through every day. At the right time everybody pulls their wares in, pulls in the awnings and the train passes right through. Then when it's safely gone they put everything back again.

saif islam : Jio guru Jio Jio.

Doctor Dividend : Wow.....closer than my pick on portola

Marjorie Ramshaw : so upset ,no dog eating bastards were killed,put the lot on the train lines,let me drive by by,they kill eat dogs cats, no remorse, where,s the train

Diego Rodríguez : El futuro metro de Bogotá :v

Video - Connects : This is cool - sure frowns on the safety we impose with railways in the west, doesn't it ?

Steve Kapschock : "It costs HOW MUCH?! I'll take it!" "Great! Oh yeah, now that you've already signed the contract, there's one more thing I have to tell you..."

Prise1599 : Представляю их лица каждый день с утреца.))))))

keshva 1 : super booor