Part of a railway rail dating from more than a century ago is visible through jungle debris near Monte Creek, Nicaragua, on March 18, 2015. The railway from the Atlantic Coast to Lake Nicaragua was abandoned before work was concluded, one of many "white elephant" projects in the nation's history. Will a plan to build a $50-billion transoceanic canal across the country turn into another unfinished "white elephant?"
Part of a railway rail dating from more than a century ago is visible through jungle debris near Monte Creek, Nicaragua, on March 18, 2015. The railway from the Atlantic Coast to Lake Nicaragua was abandoned before work was concluded, one of many "white elephant" projects in the nation's history. Will a plan to build a $50-billion transoceanic canal across the country turn into another unfinished "white elephant?" McClatchy
Part of a railway rail dating from more than a century ago is visible through jungle debris near Monte Creek, Nicaragua, on March 18, 2015. The railway from the Atlantic Coast to Lake Nicaragua was abandoned before work was concluded, one of many "white elephant" projects in the nation's history. Will a plan to build a $50-billion transoceanic canal across the country turn into another unfinished "white elephant?" McClatchy

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