A Walk In Nanjing’s ‘Love Tunnel’
A stretch of railway track in the eastern Chinese city of Nanjing has become an unlikely venue for wedding photos and young couples’ strolls thanks to its romantic location in a natural tunnel formed by trees.
In summer, sunlight pours through the canopy and onto the track, which is managed by a local mining company.
Few trains run through the tunnel, but the company still warns people to be careful.
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