National Geographic : 1931 Jan
SKYPATHS THROUGH LATIN AMERICA THE MORE THE MERRIER, IN ANY HAITIAN PUBLIC BUS Overcrowding means only more talk and laughter, and a better time had by all. Fares are cheap on Haiti's few roads, and anything from chickens and pigs to family furniture may be carried on top of the bus. Photographs by Jacob Gayer THIS TINY LOCOMOTIVE IS A THING OF BEAUTY TO HAITIANS FROM THE HILLS Two railway systems serve the Republic. One has a name almost as long as its own line "Compagnie des Chemins de Fer de la Plaine de Cul de Sac"-but over myriad hill and jungle paths it is still the patient ass that moves the goods.