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A photo of some Bundesliga club Borussia Dortmund footballers sitting on the banned train track area in Hanoi has gone viral on the internet since Tuesday evening.

Hanoi train street still crowded despite ban

Owners of coffee shops along Hanoi’s train street have continued to serve tourists, despite the ban from local authorities.

Authority maintains tough stance on safety violations on Hanoi’s “railway café street”

The Vietnam Railway Authority has insisted that it will take a hard line on railway traffic safety violations along Hanoi’s popular "railway café street" sketching across the inner districts in its recent report to the Ministry of Transport.

Cafes on Hanoi train street beg to stay open

Owners of coffee shops along the train street in Hanoi have asked for local authorities to allow them to continue to operate.

Hanoi's railway café street: Safety mustn’t be exchanged for economic benefit

Hanoi authorities have decided to close the railway café street, even though it has been a popular tourism attraction in the capital city.

Foreign traveller injured while posing for selfie on Train Street

A foreign traveler has been injured in a collision with a local train which occurred on the famous Train Street in Hanoi, local media outlets reported.

Banning coffee shops on Hanoi's ‘train street’: Better solutions should be sought

According to a report made by the People’s Committee of Hàng Bông Ward, there are 15 business households running coffee shops along the train line. Only four follow safety regulations and have a business licence, Vietnam Television cited.

Visitors flock to Long Bien Bridge after popular railway off

The rail track on Long Bien Bridge is seeing an increasing number of visitors after Hanoi banned visitors from visiting the railway on Phung Hung Street.