As the title suggest, the camera is placed on a railroad track where in the background we can see a tunnel. In the middle of the frame we can see some men waiting and then the train comes out of the tunnel and parks near the men. Soon all sorts of men start walking around the train and on board around the items on it. Obviously this here isn't going to be anything overly great but trains were quite popular back in the early days of cinema so I'm sure this film appealed to its target audience. As far as watching it today, it's easy to see that this film didn't change history but it's still fascinating to watch today and see a moment in time that was captured on film.
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