Former BN/BNSF SD40-2 n 6379 at Alameda Central Station in Santiago after being inaugurated by the Minister of Transport and the CEO of Fepasa.
Its colorful paint scheme is not a random thing, since it's the beginning of the long-term project "Art in Motion", which consist in...
Some months ago we learned about a rumor which basically spoke about the purchase of some SD40-2 locomotives for our biggest railway here in Chile, Ferrocarril del Pacífico S.A. (Fepasa).
Those kind of rumors are common here and most of the time they aren’t true, so we were very...
This is my second photo as a Railfan.
In september 99, I've made a trip to the desert (Atacama, Chile) and I found in the middle of nowhere this station and this lonely boxcar.
The "Pampa" (flat place) its big, the sun strong, but this Boxcar refuses to die afther more than 40 years...
This is my very first photo as a Railfan.
In september 99, I've made a trip to the desert (Atacama, Chile) and I found in the middle of nowhere this station and this lonely boxcar, which it have been taking sun for more than 40 years.
Its a sad and hard dead, the dry weather didnt corrodes metal.
The road under the bridge it's the PanAmerican highway, if you drive to the north (right) you'll get in to the States by the highway number one, but first; you'll cross all southamerica by the pacific side.
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