All this series of photographs of the railroad to nearly 5000 meters above sea level, I love them very much, because I took a lot of effort to get them.
But this one is special because I had t... (more)
Down from Galera, at 4829 meters above sea level (15843,18 feet), this work train is dropping stones on the track, performing maintenance.
FCCA 1008 traverses a reverse curve at Yauli Yacu as it works to pull a 15 car freight eastbound towards the summit at Galera.
ALCO DL-560B from 1964 (new prime mover 1972) with a Trains Unlimited Charter on the uppermost section of the peruvian central railway (Ferrocarril Central Andino) near Ticlio. The train is follow... (more)