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The blind in my cabin did not work but the windows in the cabin and in the corridor easily opened for taking photographs/taking in the scenery.I note a recent correspondent managed to getting bedding this was not available on my train so I wonder whether if it depends on the crew or which of the two trains you are on.The coaches were in OK condition when I travelled myself in 2001, but admittedly have been let go a bit lately and are now fairly decrepit, given Zim's economic circumstances.

Everything worked, linen was delivered and very clean, the train was maybe not so clean, but we could watch the staff disinfecting and cleaning in the morning, so it was acceptable standard. We were very nice to all those helping us in the lead up!

The linen man made the beds after departure and followed the train all night, and took back the linen at arrival in Victoria Falls, all this for 2 customers and 4 USD each! The train cost was $10 for the adults and $5 for children. It seemed they hadn't a white family on the train for a very long time. It was very quiet and the booking man was very nice. Our train unfortunately hit an elephant in Hwange so was slowed down.

Don't just take my word for it, see the travellers' reports below.

If you have any updates about this train, please email me.

In 1st class, 2 passengers travelling together will normally be booked into a 2-berth coup, whereas a solo traveller will be booked into a 4-berth compartment with passengers of the same sex.

If you pay for two tickets (perfectly affordable, given the fare) you can have sole occupancy of a coup.When moving about the train you had to be very careful as quite a lot of the carriage doors were banging open and shut including by the toilet.The bunk was perfectly comfortable and I had a reasonable nights sleep, waking up briefly when we passed the southbound sleeper at around 2am.The train was comprised of a baggage car, a generator car, a single first class sleeper, an operational second class sleeper, what appeared to be a semi derelict second class sleeper, a diner carriage and a couple of economy seated carriages.The first class carriage was painted in NRZ colours but was the 1958 stock, still with Rhodesian Railways logos.Instead I had a breakfast of items I had bought in the well-stocked Pick and Pay supermarket in the centre of Bulawayo.

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