We are on Demitriados Street at the Koletti station of Volos.
The filmmaker follows a Breda diesel locomotive which was built in 1952 and was given with a few others in Greece as part of the compensation for WWII. This particular train made the route Larissa-Volos from 1960 to 1968.
At the same time, the lens captures moments from the daily routine on that specific street and we can see views of a carriage moving, cars, passers-by, buses, shops and houses.
We move on Argonauton Street, the road that passes in front of the port. Cars, buses, bicycles and passers-by cross the road as fishing boats and sailboats swing tied to the pier.
The cinematographer gives us shots of the port facilities. We can see the upper part of the silo which today is decorated with an electronic clock and a building that is probably the -under construction- Volos Port Office building.
The film closes with three dogs who rest on the side of the road, with one them looking directly into the lens.