Rom Hoop market

Rom Hoop market or Folding Umbrella Market where vendors and shoppers dodge bustling while commuter train pass through eight times a day...epa03673490 Thai vendors selling their goods on a railway track as the train passes through at Talad Rom Hoop, meaning 'closing umbrella market' in Mae Klong district, Samut Songkhram province, Thailand, 23 April 2013. Merchants, shoppers and foreign tourists gather in the world's most dangerous marketplace named Rom Hoop market in Thai, mean folding or closing umbrella. The market located next to Mae Klong Railway station where shoppers have to dodge and all vendors who sale their products of fruits, vegetables, meats, poultry, fresh seafood on the ground along the railroad tracks will quickly fold away their umbrellas, move their goods, pull back awnings and watch the commuter train go by a few inches away eight times a day.

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Vendors sell their goods on a railway track as trains pass through Talad Rom Hoop, or “closing umbrella market”, in Mae Klong district, Samut Songkhram province, Thailand. The world’s most dangerous market is located next to Mae Klong Railway station; shoppers have to dodge trains, while vendors, selling products from fruit and vegetables to fresh fish, fold away their umbrellas, move their goods, pull back awnings and watch the commuter train go by a few inches away eight times a day.