Leaving a rural wayside station near the Hershey end of the line.
Double headed cane train on the Mal Tiempo 3 foot gauge line. The locos are 1903 and 1909 Baldwin products.
Two variants of the Russian TEM 3 Road Switcher rest at the Havana engine terminal. The highly successful TEM models trace their linage to Alco RSD-1s supplied to the Soviets during World War 2. T... (more)
A RDC-1 loads school children on an outing leaving from the Santa Clara, Cuba station.
Two RDCs await their next call at the Moron roundhouse. Budd RDC railcars were delivered new to the Cuban Railways before the Revolution. These units came second hand from Canada and are ex-CP or ... (more)
We visited the mill at Ciudad Caracas in 2003. It was not operating and the locos were all dumped, as here. I read that the mill was working in 2004 but with diesel locos. Anyone know the identity... (more)
No. 1850 locomotive factory from Baldwin in 1935
Minaz #1320 is a Baldwin from 1909.
Minaz ten wheeler #1732 is returning to the mill in the late afternoon with a loaded cane train. This locomotive is an Alco from 1916.
In the loco shed at PTB sugar mill. Minaz#1401 (Alco 2-6-0 from 1908) and Minaz#1103 (Baldwin 2-6-0 from 1920).
2 feet 6 inch gauge Baldwin 2-8-0 No 1388 (number 6 on front of loco) is hard at work near Altuna with a load of sugar cane for the mill at Rafael Freyre. The loco was built in 1907.