Uganda in Africa get its Northern Line revived

Uganda country in Africa is slowly progressin as Rift Valley Railways has reopened the Northern Line. The line runs 500 km from the Kampala – Mombasa route at Tororo Junction to Gulu and Pakwach.

The metre gauge line has been out of use since 1993, and reopening required vegetation clearance and repairs to track and bridges. The work was funded by RVR at a cost of $2 million. Further investment is planned to support Ugandan oil export traffic.

Here is a video from NTV Uganda:


Source:
NTV News on YouTube