Sunrise, and the lonely station Cuenca will come to life. The old General Electric U-13 C are in very bad shape and requires two to make sure the service. Tracks are in poor condition too, can als... (more)
This is the first locomotive modified by Ferrosur Roca railway. It is a hybrid between General Electric U-18C (chassis, bogies, traction motors, fuel tank) and EMD (body shell EMD GP-35 ex Chesape... (more)
Empty train ascending the steep slope that begins at the station Montandon, and passing through the first tunnel. This train goes to Potrerillos Plant, where then loaded with sulfuric acid. Then, ... (more)
The "Tren del Hierro" up from Los Colorados Mine to the port of Huasco. The train is pulled by two locomotives EMD GR-12 but on the stretch of steep slope that is between "Empalme Norte" and "Km 7... (more)
The weekly service to Socompa in Salar de Pocitos. This service was a freight train which was added to the two passenger cars and reached the international border with Chile, Socompa. The meter ga... (more)
A iron train of Ferronor, pulled by two General Motors GR-12 down the line from Los Colorados to the Port of Huasco. The picture is taken on a brief stop at Empalme Norte. This is meter gauge rail... (more)
Bariloche station, we see two trains opening of the new rail service that would link Bariloche Buenos Aires.
The first is a railcar FIAT (TER) recently acquired for Argentina by RENFE in Spain. T... (more)
Very special train run by Train Unlimited Tours in 1991.
The train has two old GE's (6705 and 03) + the "High Mountain" Ganz Mavag railcar.
This train line stopped working in 79, due to an avala... (more)
From Socompa (border with the neighboring country of Chile), a mixed train (passenger + cargo) is climbing on her way to Salta and beyond the Atlantic Ocean ports ... the locomotive is a EMD GT-2... (more)
Dutch car (made in 1981 in Germany) descending in Dock Sud (Argentina). It is part of a shipment of 20 cars used the Dutch railways, they work on suburban services in Argentina.
"The Iron Train"...