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With no trains running in Cha-uat, many people who work at or near the train station have nothing to do. So what do they do? 

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Photos by Patipat Janthong.

Nothing to do

Really, there is no need to look both ways – to the left and the right – before you cross those train tracks in the town of Cha-uat in Nakhon Si Thammarat province.

The trains are not running there. A group of protesters have blocked the tracks. They are trying to force the government into helping raise the price of rubber.

With no trains running, many people who work at or near the train station have nothing to do. There are no passengers to help or to sell things to. So, what to they do? Look at the last photo for one answer.

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