“”Ҳайратон” кўприги Афғонистонга неча миллион фойда келтирмоқда?” is a BBC Uzbek video about rail freight at Hayratan on the border with Uzbekistan, which was published on 30 November 2017. I don’t speak Uzbek so I have no idea what the commentary says, but there is lots of footage of the railway.
Someone has written a bot which automatically colourises photos that are sent to it via Twitter. This is what it did with a photograph of the Darualman railway. Note that this is just for fun, and it is not intended to be historically accurate!
— Colorise Bot (@colorisebot) November 5, 2017
A photograph of the Kabul to Darulaman narrow gauge railway that I hadn’t seen before. The person who suplied the image didn’t have any information on the source or date (presumably the 1920s). The Darulaman palace is visible in the background.
An undated AP video of the Uzbek end of the Friendship Bridge. “Kharitom” is another variant spelling of Hairaton, Hayratan etc to add to the list…
Some photos of the railway from Turkmenistan to Aqina on the Afghan border, which was opened in November 2016.
— Sawabdin Makhkash (@smakhkash) April 11, 2017
— Sawabdin Makhkash (@smakhkash) January 25, 2017
Video showing freight service from China arriving at Hairatan.