Still lettered Ferrocarril-Huancayo-Huancavelica, Japanese railcar No. 31 was formerly narrow-gauge and had just recently been converted to standard gauge by Ferrovias Central Andina (FCCA) when p... (more)
Turning locomotive to right direction in Huancayo
These two charming politicians are advertising an "Ambiente Sano" but the exhaust fume of a freight train is mischievously mocking their promise. The train is temp... (more)
Getting ready for departure from Huancayo: the hi-rail pickup will travel before the freight train
Ready to leave Huancayo station, this train will cross the west side of the city in the middle of the rush hour trafic.
Entering the colorful turntable
Google Earth clearly shows the black and yellow checkerboard under the turntable (more)
Co'Co' 435, built in 1974 by Montreal Locomotive Works, is crossing the bridge over Chanchas river near Huancayo with a TUT charter train. The 914 mm gauge line is 128 km long and will be converte... (more)