Local traffic passes over the yard lead to the Cuba Libre Sugar Mill while an Alco built 2-8-0 takes a break from its switching chores.
3 standard gauge 2-8-0s are seen at the loco depot at Boris Luis Santa Coloma sugar mill in 1997. 1805 and 1701 are both Baldwin locos from 1920, while 1806 was built by Vulcan in 1918.
Standard gauge 1805 is a Baldwin product from 1920. It is seen at a loading point on the Boris Luis Santa Coloma system in 1997..
Old meets old near the depot Trinidad
Railcar just arrived in the evening sun. I think the signal on the roof of the station building shows always green
Operable? I don't know
It's not dangerous to cross the tracks with the bike, the railcar doesn't run
Diese loc shunting with a freight car
Museo Azucarero Marcelo Salado (Sugarmill Museum): This loc runs with the tourist train. The tourist train you see on #609302
Museo Azucarero Marcelo Salado (Sugarmill Museum): One of 38 steam locs. The steam train for tourists from the Sugarmill Museum you see on #609302
Horse and man are looking for the tourist train 'Valle de los Ingenios'. The train is standing for boarding toward Trinidad
Bogie change: Now the bogie rolls under the car
Bogie change at the freight car. Now the crane is ready
Museo Azucarero Marcelo Salado (Sugarmill Museum): One of 38 steam locs between the palms. The steam train for tourists from the Sugarmill Museum you see on #609302