Blue Light Snapshots: Bangkok Hua Lamphong Railway Station 126 Years Celebration

Hua Lamphong, also known as Bangkok Railway Station, was the main railway station in Bangkok, Thailand. Now the station was relocated to the Bang Sue area. The station was opened in 1916 and has since become a major transportation hub, connecting Bangkok with other parts of Thailand and neighboring countries like Malaysia, Cambodia, and Laos. Hua Lamphong is operated by the State Railway of Thailand and served both local and long-distance trains. It is an important landmark and historical site in Bangkok, attracting many tourists and locals alike. There are still some trains running from this station.

For the 126th anniversary of the State Railway of Thailand, this week in the evening there are light shows highlighting the station building and the old trains.

And there are disco lights and fog machines! Here are some snapshots from the show.

Girl in the spotlight - Hua Lamphong Bangkok Railway Station

In the spotlight!

The Blue Light Snapshots

“The camera sees more than the eye, so why not make use of it?” – Edward Weston

The Star

Hit by star lights

Hua Lamphong 126 Years Celebration

Disco Lights - Hua Lamphong Bangkok Railway Station

Hua Lamphong 126 Years Celebration


In the spotlight

Girl taking photos with the cellphone

The photographer and the photo model
My cyclist girl
The photographer and the model
Lights and Shadows - Hua Lamphong Bangkok Railway Station

The photos were taken with the Ricoh GR III camera.