The EMD GR12U # 93 and # 412 of the Ferronor (Empresa de Transporte Ferroviario S.A.) are shunting sulfuric acid tank cars in Llanta, before pulling a train to Potrerillos.
The EMD G18U # 72 of the Ferronor (Empresa de Transporte Ferroviario S.A.), standing in front of the workshop in Llanta, was built in 1972 for the Andes Copper Mining Co.
Depot and workshop of the Ferronor (Empresa de Transporte Ferroviario S.A.) in Llanta, for operations on the 1 meter gauge Chañaral–Diego de Almagro-Llanta-Potrerillos line in the north of Chile, ... (more)
The EMD G12 # 81 of the Ferronor, built in 1957 for the Andes Copper Mining Co., later Codelco, was one of the oldest operational locomotives of the railway, which operated in northern Chile on 1 ... (more)
A long train with empty sulfuric acid tank cars is ready in Llanta to run up to Potrerillos. The engineer is climbing the GR12 # 401 of the Ferronor, second locomotive is GR12 # 91, both built in ... (more)
Rare picture of a defunct railroad: this EMD GA8 was probably an industrial engine, used inside the Codelco Potrerillos mining premises (not on the main line). It carries Ferrocarril de Potrerillo... (more)
In a remote Andean Valley in North Chile, the night will end soon. The Ferronor Llanta engine shops are still asleep, bathed in fog. The photographer is attracted and impressed by the mood of the ... (more)
8:00 a.m., makes its departure from the yard and former station of Llanta, the train with sulfuric acid to Franke mine in Altamira, by the "longitudinal norte" mainline in northern Chile.
FERRONOR 24/7 working in the desert night.
FERRONOR Llanta: Llanta is a operational centre, rail yard, and workshops of FERRONOR located in Diego de Almagro (in northern chile known for its vast and arid Atacama Desert), with rail o... (more)
Rail yard and former station in Llanta, operational centre and workshops of FERRONOR located in Diego de Almagro, with rail operations between Chañaral and Potrerillos, besides the trains going to... (more)
Carefully getting the engines lashup ready before the difficult mountain climb up to Potrerillos.