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This train—the silver arrow, used by former Hungarian communist leader János Kádár in the 1970s—now stands stationary at the Hungarian Railway Museum in Budapest. The ghosts of journeys past remind us that when time pauses as the world zips by outside, we can feel transported to a whole other age, not just another day.

Photographer’s Assistant Istvan Varfy
Hair Adam Szabo at Atomo Management using TIGI
Makeup Sarolta Tombor using Lancôme
Model Sibui at Next Model Management
Digitech Gergely Gönczöl at Flashback Studio

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  • Photography:
    Zoltan Tombor
  • Styling:
    Ali and Aniko
  • Casting:
    Sarah Bunter
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