A set of DL535s rest after coming in with a Freight. At this time The WP&Y still ran Freight
ALCO built #400 climbs up the steep gradients leaving Cuzco with the once a day "tren local" from Cuzco to Machu Picchu.
In glorious morning sunshine, 435 pauses just long enough for a photo at Manuel Telleria with the alternate days Huancayo to Huancavelica mixed train.
This loc runs through the village Aguas Calientes to the passenger station. The train with this loc (and two others) in the station Aguas Calientes you see on #556038
'Steam at Machu Picchu': This loc runs through the village Aguas Calientes to the passenger station. The train with this loc (and two others) in the station Aguas Calientes you see on #556038
The engineer inspects engine 487 prior to its journey through the Sacred Valley.
Trainmen ready 487 and its train for a morning run down the Urubamba Valley to Machu Picchu.
Perurail 358 rolls east along the Urubamba River, with a load of tourist headed to Ollantaytambo. Early 2010 this section of the line was washed out by a major flood that was the worst in the area... (more)
Freshly painted in what has been nicknamed "Cadburys" livery (referring to the chocolate brand), C654 pulls into Las Herras with a train from Merlo on the outskirts of Buenos Aires to the tiny out... (more)
Seen waiting in the station for the next load to Machu Picchu. The heavy police prescence was due to political rioting in Cuzco.
A Peru Rail trackmen walks the 3 foot gauge track towards the busy station of Ollantaytambo, Peru.
The engineer steps off his train after completing the 3 hour run from Cuzco to Ollantaytambo.