After passing through the center of the market, next to the fruit and vegetable stands that are placed parallel to the tracks, the train goes and disappears. Then the tall stalls are rolled back onto their wheels, straight to their place on the train tracks.
How did this start? - The market was here a long time ago. When the authorities decided that the railroad tracks would pass, the vendors refused to move, and they simply started folding their stall before the train arrived and returned to work, minutes after it passed. For business, by the way, this did not hurt at all. The market, which is about an hour's drive from Bangkok, has become a fascinating tourist attraction and sales, thank God, are excellent!