Steamtrain of "La Trochita" is leaving Esquel with 2-8-2 Baldwin built locomotive # 1 from 1922. A Trains Unlimited Trains charter.
Baldwin built 2-8-2 steamlocomotive # 1 of the "La Trochita", 402 kilometer long line from Ingeniero Jacobacci to Esquel in Patagonia, with 750 mm gauge. Charter train for Trains Unlimit... (more)
Derailment on the 402 kilometer long 75 cm gauge "Trochita" (Ing. Jacobacci-Esquel) at Norquinco. Nobody was injured. Baldwin built 2-8-2 locomotives # 1 and # 16. Charter train of Train... (more)
The never forgotten train "Estrella del Valle" leaves from Olavarría, on the way to Zapala, in the far south of the country.
Until the 1990s, the Argentine train regularly crossed the border to the neighboring country, Paraguay. Then, before crossing the Paraguay River using the new international bridge, the track cros... (more)
This is what a friend wrote about riding this train back in 1972, "Number 1121/22 runs once a week, and we soon discovered why: it’s a trip that overwhelms man and machine alike. In the first... (more)
In August 1962 Tucuman shed was home to about 65 steamers. No. 841 is a Baldwin 4-8-2 built in 1921.
CP 1400 siendo restaurada en el Museo Ferroviario Raul Scalabrini Ortiz Haedo.
The Baldwin #4 is leaving the station of La Cancha with a mixed train to El Maiten. This little station is lost in the middle of nowhere in the Argentinian pampa.
A double headed mixed train hauled by the Henschel #104 and the Baldwin #3 has just arrived at the Cero Mesa station.
A double headed mixed train is en route to El Maiten hauled by the two Baldwin locomotives #16 and #4. The snow covered Andes mountains can be seen in the background.
A freight train is leaving the Cero Mesa station hauled by the Henschel #104.
Small train in a great landscape.
The two Henschel locomotives #114 and #107 are receiving some maintenance in the Esquel shed. The #114 looks like new out of the box.