Trainmen ready 487 and its train for a morning run down the Urubamba Valley to Machu Picchu.
Perurail 358 rolls east along the Urubamba River, with a load of tourist headed to Ollantaytambo. Early 2010 this section of the line was washed out by a major flood that was the worst in the area... (more)
1001 and her train snaking alongside the valley and climbing towards Casapalca
1016 and 1017 bring a long train ( at least for the historically highest railroad in the world ) down from the pass into La Oroya
rolling downhill along the Carretera towards Arequipa with empty cars
751 took over a loaded tank car train to Juliaca and further to Cuzco in Pillones. Now, she is rolling at km 160 from Arequipa and 3400meters asl along some interesting rock formations.
... nothing living ... nothing moving ... nothing but sand and stones ( except the train and its crew ) ... in a nowhere land ...
At km 81.2, the "La Esperanza" Tunnel is the 3rd largest on the Central Andino Railway with a length of 777.1 m.
In the high desert at sunrise
Alone in the cold night, hard at work, he takes good care of the locomotive, at 2,378 m (7,802 ft) above sea level.
Changing brake shoes at night
above San Bartolome
out of the tunnel - over the bridge - into another tunnel .... and all this with towering mountains, nearly vertical walls of stone and a very narrow passage for rail and road - this is transport ... (more)
Bypassing a bridge that had been damaged by a "huayco" (landslide), around 4700 m above sea level.