Tourist train Cusco - Machu Picchu at the station Ollantaytambo in the Urubamba Valley
Andean Explorer leaves Cusco for the trip to Puno
The daily Cusco (San Pedro Estacion) – Machu Picchu, only reserved to local population, is moving backward on the numerous swithbacks.
The meter gauge line snakes between rubbish and crashed dogs... (more)
PERURAIL's Andean Explorer prepares to meet its counterpart. At this point the onboard musicians are swapped as well as some of the staff.
PERURAIL's Andean Explorer is shepherded by a MOW motorcar for its entire journey to Puno. This motorcar inspects the track and clears obstructions, including the massive market that sets up right... (more)
PERURAIL's Andean Explorer pauses 3 times per week at La Reya. The highest point on the Cusco-Puno Railway at 14,176 ft.
PERURAIL puts on quite the show at Aguas Calientes Station. MLW's mix with DMU's. On the far right we have train 604 the VistaDome. Next to it is the luxury Hiram Bingham.
PERURAIL performs switching maneuvers in the Aquas Calientes station. Meanwhile another consist waits on the mainline in the background to enter the station.
SPCC GP22ECO (former GP40) and two GP40U with a train from Ilo to one of the mines.
Roster shot of one of the few SD70 in South America
A tiny yellow thing in the desertAs usual, a speeder acting as track inspection vehicle is running a few kilometers in advance of the two trains climbing the line.