After the 2007 elections in Kenya, dissatisfied citizens ripped up railroad tracks to protest alleged election fraud. Now another election is coming, and Kenyans are again using trains to send political messages — this time, a message of peace. All photos below were taken February 25.
A woman sells groundnuts to train passengers.
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