Built by Beyer-Peacock (UK), preserved by the FCCA, not operational
At 4737 meters above sea level (15509 ft), FCCA 1212 is shoving on the rear of its train. It is climbing backward the last dozen meters before reaching the summit of the line - 4782 m asl in the s... (more)
Downhill (westbound) FCCA 1011 is seen through the 161m long tunnel #57 and a curtain of snow very high in the Andes (4648m asl / 15250ft) in southern hemisphere winter.
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Downhill FCCA 1000 exits tunnel 44 at km 140.15, 3720 m asl (12205 ft)
The switchback is busy with a downhill train led by FCCA 1000 waiting in the siding. Uphill FCCA 1010 must cut its train in 2 sections to pass the switchback. Once ... (more)
The well-named "Infiernillo" Bridge (Little Hell)
After the storm
A rainstorm and mudslide ("Huayco") almost swept away the two bridges. The railroad expeditiously repaired everything and the first trains can travel agai... (more)
Entering Junin at night fall on a gloomy evening (Altitude 4122 m / 13524 ft).