N de M #3028, built in 1946, rests in the sun getting a nice Mexican tan. She is slowly undergoing restoration to operation at the capable New Hope and Ivyland Railroad. This class of engine was... (more)
Men at work. After months sitting in a location far from photogenic the shop crew has moved former Alco built NdeM #3028 away from the parking lot and onto the shop track. Work proceeds, ... (more)
Brand new. Most new stuff went throgh Hearne then Laredo, but every so often we would see some new NDeM power routed through Houston.
As the sun tries to peak through the Mexico City pollution, FCI 67 gets some attention at the San Lazaro roundhouse. It is interesting that the engine is still lettered for the Ferrocarril Intero... (more)
The last bastion for mainline standard gauge steam in North America was Mexico. But by 1968 steam was on its last legs there as well. NdeM 3031 was a 1946 product of Alco, and she and her Alco a... (more)
MUSEO DEL FERROCARRIL
One more anonymous image from the collection of the Architect Armando Salas, photography of a freight railroad in some neighborhood near of the Mexico city, in the early 50's unknown site and dat... (more)
Another anonymous image from the collection of the Architect Armando Salas, typical photography of a railroad station in some neighborhood near of the Mexico city, in the middle 50's unknown site... (more)
A rare image of the collection of the Architect Armando Salas, with a unique moment, the engineer request aurorizacion to advance. unknown site and date. One image of the memory. Unfortunately the... (more)
Taken at the joint NdeM/CH-P yard in Cd. Juarez.
NdeM F7A 7020, RSD12 7454, and Chihuahua al Pacifico H-16-44 603 at the joint shop and yard at Ciudad Jaurez.
La unica locomotora de vapor de via angosta en operacion en la República Mexicana en la estacion del FCI de Cuautla, Morelos. Esperando que la gente aborde para su proximo viaje
One of the few remaining NdeM Niagaras