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Photo ID: 655540

Special train with destination Laraquete town, passes through the longest railway bridge in Chile (2km - 1,3mi), over the Bio-Bio river, by the old and former Chepe - Curanilahue railway branch. I... (more)

Railroad: Museo Ferroviario Pablo Neruda De Temuco
Locomotive: Steam 4-8-2
Location: San Pedro de la Paz, Chile
Locomotive #: No. 820
Train ID: TDLA
Photo Date: November 26, 2016


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By: Entre Durmientes (Mauro C.)

Added: Apr 21, 2018

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Photo ID: 648431

A current duo of GE 74t locomotives put into service in 1957, commande a local train of chemical cars with destination Oxiquim in Talcahuano.

Railroad: FEPASA
Locomotive: GE 74t
Location: San Pedro de la Paz, Chile
Locomotive #: D-6124
Train ID: -
Photo Date: February 14, 2018


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By: Entre Durmientes (Mauro C.)

Added: Feb 15, 2018

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Photo ID: 523364

Railroad: FEPASA
Locomotive: ALCo RSD30
Location: San Pedro de la Paz, Chile
Locomotive #: D-1812
Train ID: 50.553
Photo Date: August 04, 2010


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By: Entre Durmientes (Mauro C.)

Added: Mar 16, 2015

Views: 2,275
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Photo ID: 485795

A short chemical train passes through the longest railway bridge in Chile, over the Bio-Bio river, which connects the cities of San Pedro de la Paz and Concepcion. Leading diesel locomotive GE U5B... (more)

Railroad: FEPASA
Locomotive: GE U5B
Location: San Pedro de la Paz, Chile
Locomotive #: D-5108
Train ID: 50.550Q
Photo Date: November 21, 2011


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By: Entre Durmientes (Mauro C.)

Added: Jun 15, 2014

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Photo ID: 464742

FEPASA train #50.094 Horcones - Nueva Aldea loaded with wooden logs (Eucalyptus) crossing the great Bio-Bio bridge, with ALCo's locomotives (RSD34 D-1808 and D-1810). Another view: http://www.rail... (more)

Railroad: FEPASA
Locomotive: ALCo RSD34
Location: San Pedro de la Paz, Chile
Locomotive #: D-1808
Train ID: 50.094
Photo Date: September 17, 2013


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By: Entre Durmientes (Mauro C.)

Added: Jan 03, 2014

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Photo ID: 451760

The train 50.094 Horcones - Nueva Aldea loaded with wood (Eucalyptus), crossing the long straight between Coronel and San Pedro de la Paz.

Railroad: FEPASA
Locomotive: ALCo RSD30
Location: San Pedro de la Paz, Chile
Locomotive #: D-1812
Train ID: 50.094
Photo Date: September 12, 2013


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By: Entre Durmientes (Mauro C.)

Added: Sep 18, 2013

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Photo ID: 445120

Bio-Bio Yard, and FEPASA workshops, the old locomotive GE 75t D-6124 with "FC del Sur" color scheme, performing maneuvers and armed train loaded with export wood.

Railroad: FEPASA
Locomotive: GE 74t
Location: San Pedro de la Paz, Chile
Locomotive #: D-6124
Train ID: Panelero
Photo Date: September 10, 2011


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By: Entre Durmientes (Mauro C.)

Added: Jul 28, 2013

Views: 1,075
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Photo ID: 432782

Cellulose train passes through the longest railway bridge in Chile, the bridge over the river Bio-Bio, which connects the cities of San Pedro de la Paz and Concepcion. Leading train, diesel locomo... (more)

Railroad: FEPASA
Locomotive: ALCo RSD30 & ALCo RSD34
Location: San Pedro de la Paz, Chile
Locomotive #: D-1812
Train ID: 50.553
Photo Date: August 04, 2011


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By: Entre Durmientes (Mauro C.)

Added: Apr 18, 2013

Views: 2,515
Comments: 3

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