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The toilet was perfectly functional and, I think, was cleaned in the morning.
The blind in my cabin did not work but the windows in the cabin and in the corridor easily opened for taking photographs/taking in the scenery.
I'm not clear if the wood-panelled 1952 cars are still used, most recent reports have included photos of the 1958 cars. The train continues to run every day as shown above.
Latest reports suggest that many (indeed, most) of the cars are now painted National Railways of Zimbabwe blue & grey as shown in the photo below, courtesy of Rmi Favre.
I had the feeling that the crew on my train were a bit more relaxed and casual about things compared to another train, where I saw the crew smartly dressed in uniforms.The Bulawayo-Vic Falls train may also now be using the 'new' sleeper class, standard class & economy class cars originally built in the 1980s for the Bulawayo-Harare route (see the photos in the Bulawayo-Harare section below), with some older cars mixed in. Back to top Traveller Erik Pierson rode the train in late 2017: "We bought first class tickets around lunchtime and got a 2 bed compartment. A man even made our beds for us before the train left.Everything worked, linen was delivered and very clean, the train was maybe not so clean, but we could watch the staff disinfecting and cleaning in the morning, so it was acceptable standard. We were very nice to all those helping us in the lead up!We took the overnight train from Bulawayo to Victoria Falls. We had a cabin to ourselves as there are four beds.We kept the windows open during the night even though it was cold (July).