A new series of tours takes visitors to Central America along the scenic Panama Canal Railway, which pre-dates the country's famous canal.
The first ocean-to-ocean cargo link on the isthmus, the railroad connects Cristobal on the Atlantic side and Balboa on the Pacific. The one-hour journey transits the entire country -- all 47.6 miles between the oceans.
Views alternate between the canal itself, Gatun Lake and the verdant tropical jungle of Panama.
The $125 trip is bookable online.
Check out photos from the journey below.
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