Abandoned in the desert
The Volcano Ascotán is right behind the engines (5473m / 17957ft) as the evening light goes down and gets yellowish
Descending the grade from Ascotán Pass to the salar
Cruising the salar
End of service at 3700m / 12150 ft
The engine on the left is ex-Australia QGR 2107D built by EMD-Clyde in 05/1971, shipped to Chile in Sept 2001. Power: 2000HP.
The engine #24... (more)
The ghost town and abandonned mine of Buenaventura, close to the Chile-Bolivia border
All these pictures of the FCAB Calama-Ollague line may look a bit similar to most people who have not visited it. I can also understand that seeing all these pictures on RPN may be a bit boring. H... (more)
A mixture of natural and industrial beauty
Passing the beautiful Blue Lagoons on the Salar de Carcote (salt flats).
The night is falling on the Andes and the FCAB train going to Portezuelo