Why does my train pass through the forest?

A train travelling through the bush has stopped in the remote town of Rheindorf.

A video has been released showing the moment the train stopped in front of the village in Germany.

It has caused a stir on social media.

One Facebook user wrote: “The train stops for no reason in Rhein, Rheinisch, Rhesia and the forest” in the far east of the country.

The train passed through a forest where it was forced to turn around by the speed of the wind.

It then crossed a river to the north of Rheims, in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia.

The video shows the train passing through the forests on the way to a train station.

“In the forests, you have to turn round.

It’s a difficult thing to do in the bush,” said the train’s driver.”

It’s not easy,” he said.

A man walks through the woods near Rheim.

The train has been forced to stop after a driver accidentally caused the train to turn.

A train has stopped at Rheim in North Rhineland-Palatinate state, where the driver had mistakenly caused the driver to turn off the train.

The man had apparently been taking a photo of the train as it passed by.

“The driver said that we were going through the Forest and the Forest was the destination,” the man told the news agency DPA.

The Forest Minister, who is also a farmer, said the man had been fined.

“He is very apologetic for the mistake, but we will never forget this terrible incident,” he told the local newspaper, the Neue Zuercher Zeitung.

The driver was not immediately available for comment.