National Geographic : 1919 Jul
MAIN STREET IN A TOWN OF NORTHERN KOREA The furrows in the center are combination cart ruts and municipal sewage system. Except for the occasional thatch-roofed huts nestling into the hillsides or strung along the banks of a stream, a traveler in this part of Korea might imagine himself in the foothills of Montana or Wyoming. ALL ABOARD ON THE TWO-COOLIE CAR EXPRESS AT CHON CHIN ! The American Museum's Expedition traveled a short distance from this seacoast town on the Push Railway, each little car being propelled by man power. Note the Japanese flags dis played at the door of the station.