The Philippines' capital Manila is one of the most densely populated cities in the world and with public transport systems ill-equipped to cope, the daily commute can be a struggle. Eager to make some money offering an alternative are so-called "trolley boys", who push hand-made platforms along the train tracks for paying customers. But the rails are still very much in use, and it's dangerous work. We take a closer look.

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