It’s not only the road where driving can be tough. Train drivers across the world often face difficult situations too.
In Peru, trains travel up and down the Andes to the mines at Cerro de Pasco, 4,330 metres above sea level.
As imagined, the climb up is a slow one but the descent is where it becomes dangerous. Signals and safety barriers are few and far between on the railway tracks and one mistake by the driver could cause the train to derail and fall off the cliff.