GMD SD40-2 #9474 ex #5751 Canadian Pacific.
GE U20C #2676 ex South Africa Railways.
GE U20C #2676 and #2616 pulling over from empty carriages for loading at Cargill's terminal.
Snoot noses at Sarandi yard operations.
Train led by ES43BBi #83330, waiting at the siding for another train to pass.
Locomotive exchange operations with Dash 9 #8312 at the CPA Terminal yard.
Southbound train led by ES43BBi #651, loaded with sugar for the Port of Paranaguá.
Ex-SSW SD45T-2 #9385, today it works in Brazil in narrow gauge. With the low movement of cargo, some locomotives are left in a trailer waiting for service, and that same day a mechanic came to the... (more)
Color mix! D90 train loaded at "ground zero" at the car classification yard in Maringá. A curiosity of the SD40-2 9463 locomotive: It was originally built for KCS, numbered 671, later tr... (more)
A somewhat different small locomotive in the service of Cargill used for moving wagons at the terminal, on metric-gauge track, researching as written on its builders plate, was built by Berry loca... (more)
Operations in the Maringá yard, locomotives moving loaded wagons to form a train for the Port of Paranaguá. Some locomotives still in ALL's painting.
Northbound train with two classic SD40T-2s from the former Southern Pacific, next to the new tracks of the Minuano Railroad owned by Klabin S.A. Brazil's largest paper producer and exporter.
GMD SD40-2 9491, I don't know its numbering in the Canadian Pacific, but it is still running in Brazil. Behind the EMD SD40T-2 9504, before the 8351 of the South Pacific. In this line they are sto... (more)
Train at the Seara Terminal loading wagons with soybeans to go to the Port of Paranaguá, the largest export port of agricultural products in Brazil. Beside the main line at Km-318 in Marialva.
ES43BBi, the first Evolution Series metric gauge locomotive with digital technology produced in Brazil, at GE Transportation's plant in Contagem, Minas Gerais.