A journey over the surreal train line which connects Bosnia to Serbia.
Before the war the train had thirteen cars and between 500 and 600 passengers. Today the carriages are only three: one belongs to the Serbian Republic of Bosnia, another to the Muslim-Croat Federation of Bosnia and Serbia, as well as the motive, owns the restaurant car.
Almost the entire railway network in Bosnia was rendered unusable during the war, which raged from 1992 to 1995. The war damaged tracks and facilities, but the nearly 10 miles of railway bridges were the most difficult to replace. After 18 years in 2010 the line was reopened and today the train is running again. Slowly, but running again.