The Tacna Railroad Museum is just the former engine shed and maintenance shop that was left almost unchanged (and abandonned). Fortunately, very little (if any) of the old railroad rolling stock i... (more)
On that day, back in September 2010, Juvenal Villanueva wanted very much to become the new mayor of Tacna. On the southern outskirts of the city, an antiquated 1936-built Sentinel railcar that was... (more)
A 1936-built Sentinel railcar ensures the international passenger service between the Peruvian city of Tacna and the Chilean port of Arica. This is a 63 km long (39 miles) standard gauge line, ent... (more)
Here is the very exotic station of Tacna. It is both an active railway station and a museum that keeps many relics (without doing nothing to restore them, due to lack of resources). On the left, t... (more)
If Car 16 of the Tacna-Arica RR doesn’t strike your fancy, how about this 0179 Car? In the Tacna, Peru carshops and shed. Aug. 5, 2008.
Very old inspection car
The 1936-built Sentinel railcar #261 travels in the middle of an avenue in the city of Tacna, Peru. It will reach the Chilean city of Arica in about one hour and a... (more)
Station or museum?
The 1936-built Sentinel railcar #261 goes out of the Tacna station. It is starting one of its 63 km long (39 miles) international trips to Arica, Chile. It doe... (more)
Scandalous and delightful
A 1936-built Sentinel railcar ensures the international passenger service between the Peruvian city of Tacna and the Chilean port of Arica. This standar... (more)