SATELLITE images show that Kim Jong Un appears to be building railways on the east coast near his palaces.
Pictures show the train’s construction site is located between Hamhung City and Rakwon County – near the North Korean leader’s main residences of Majon and Soho.
It seems to be one of his favorite places because he used the beaches for his Majon mansion and Majon Hotel.missile launcher.
The photos show that construction work on the station began in December and three months later workers began building small bridges to connect the tracks.
After the installation of the roof in June, the train station appeared to be almost ready this month and could be opened.
Analysis of NK Pro images shows that the new station belongs to Kim and his family due to its resemblance to another station, in Pyongyang, where his main palace is located.
North Korea’s leader has built a 1,200-capacity nuclear power station in 2020 in Pyongyang, saying he is looking for a more secure route amid security concerns.
New to Majon Beach is 985 feet and more than half a kilometer from another station in front of the Majon Resort beach.
Satellite images have also revealed a circular path around the coast that can be used.
Kim has built private roads around the country and high-quality horse tracks.
The terrorist has destroyed many properties in North Korea and the basement of his office in the capital.
Last year Eight high-rise buildings were found in his Ch’angkwangsan square in the center of Pyongyang.
The compound opposite the ruling party’s headquarters in Kim’s “forbidden city” is one of 13 available to the dictator, his family and aides across the country.
In 2019, the despot built his beach resort and upgraded his fleet of megayachts.
Kim’s new plans were revealed just days after he dropped another ballistic missile into the ocean.
The launch has prompted concerns from the White House that it will conduct further missile tests.
Speaking to CBSNational Security Advisor Jake Sullivan said: “I have been concerned for some time that North Korea will conduct its seventh nuclear test.
“I don’t see any signs of that happening anytime soon, but it wouldn’t surprise me if North Korea goes ahead with another test of its missile capability.”