APN437517

R350.00R18,000.00

Un train Camrail transportant des billes du bois traverse la gare séconaire de Mvolié .Depuis plus de 40 ans, la ligne de chemin de fer « Transcamerounais » est l’unique qui relie la partie Nord et la partie Sud du Cameroun . L’exploitation de cette ligne est faite par la société CAMRAIL, une filiale du groupe Bolloré qui effectue le transport de masse des hommes et des biens.

Camrail a train carrying logs of wood through the station séconaire Mvolié .Since more than 40 years, the line path “Transcameroon” iron is the only part that connects the northern and the southern part of Cameroon. The use of this line is made ​​by CAMRAIL, a subsidiary of the Bolloré group that performs the mass transport of people and goods.

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