Loaded iron ore train departing from Açailândia at Km 513 after a meet at Siding#33 heading to São Luís finishing it's journey. Açailândia is the town where North South railway meets Carajás Rail... (more)
A big Evo leads a 334 cars train waiting for a meet to proceed up to Carajás Mining Complex. The 2000's series were the first ten locomotives of this type to got here with 5800 Hp's, the 200's ser... (more)
Moving out loaded tank cars from the loading pool to the yard where a mix freight train will be builded. The fuel in these cars will supply part of the north and central parts of Brazil.
Here we can see the entire petroleum derivates logistics process at the Itaqui Port.
On the background a tanker ship unloads your petroleum derivates that goes to tank storage pool and then loade... (more)
TLSA train leaded by two RSD-8 and one U10B moving out loaded tank cars from the Esso's loading pool at Itaqui portuary area.
Under a nice and cold winter's morning, locomotives are tied down waiting assignment at the yard. This yard also had meter gauge trains movement that was eradicated on the 90's.
Under a winter foggy morning, the 3857-4 is an ex N&W C30-7#8061 making some maneuvers with two U23C's at the busy Joaquim Murtinho Yard.
Loaded iron ore train passing over the viaduct at the beautiful Jeceaba region.
Petroleum derivates train leaded by one U10B and two Alco's RSD-8 notches up coming from Itaqui Port in São Luís bound to Teresina and other major cities of northern Brazil to supply them with gas... (more)
Loaded grain train on your final part of 1000km's journey from central to northern Brazil bringing soy to be exported to Asia and other parts of the world. On the background we can see a part of t... (more)
GE C36-7B moving the first SD80ACe to be unloaded from the ship to open space to unload the othe six that were waiting inside the ship.
GE C36-7B tied down waiting the time to pick tank cars at Esso's Pool. On the background, copper concentrate cars waiting to be unloaded.
Empty ore train going 1% grade uphill bound to Carajás with a Dash 9 screaming strong in charge. The SD70M was trailing.
Loaded iron ore train right after depart Açailândia with three Gevos in charge... two of them working as DPU and not visible in a total of 15900HP's and 40000 tons of total weight.
MoW train leaded by SD40-2 #405 was waiting for the time to depart to start the railgrinder job on the railroad. That was the first SD40-2 to receive the new Vale colors... Ahhh I really miss that... (more)