NdeM road freight pauses at the Saltillo passenger depot.
The Coahuila y Zacatecas was a Mexican narrow gauge (3-foot) short line that served a large copper mine and smelter at Concepcion del Oro, Zacatecas. The CyZ had just recently switched from steam ... (more)
Two TFM SD40-2s pick up autor racks left on the KCSM main line by a road train. These engines will take the racks into the GM plant. Looking similar to control point bungalows in the USA, this o... (more)
Grey was at this time a strange color to Mexican Railroading. SDP40 1321 wears the new colors amid a sea of blue, from the diesel shop to sister locomotives not yet repainted.
1112, a former passenger unit, switches cars in Saltillo.
Two-tone blue and orange abound, as a southbound train with SD40-2s 8766, 8788, 8755, and 8735 arrive at the depot in Saltillo. GP38 1131 approaches on a closer track.