Ferrocarril De Antioquia 2-8-0 #37 working in La Cienaga, Columbia in July 1964. These locomotives were three foot guage oil burners built by Baldwin.
Oilburning steamlocomotive 120 (2-6-0, built 1910 by Beyer Peacock, Manchester, England), operated by "Asociación Uruguaya Amigos de Riel", with a charter for Trains Unlimited Tours.
Woodburning 101, built 1910 by North British, is shunting cars just loaded with soybeans for export in the yard of Encarnaciňn. This is still daily business in one of the last regular steamaction.
The few trains that run in Paraguay are moved by steam locomotives
The slow train from Asuncion to Encarncaion is hauled through the streets of Asuncion by a North British built
2-6-0 wood burner.
Wood burning 1910 North British built 2-6-0 heads a colourful passenger train to Asunción
with 2-8-2 22.
Steam locomotive preserved by Uruguayan Railfan Association (former ANP 1) arriving at Peńarol station with a passenger train on the "Heritage weekend".
Steam locomotive preserved by Railway Study Circle (former ANP 3) at Montevideo Port on the "Heritage Weekend".
Steam locomotive preserved by Uruguayan Railfan Association (former ANP 1) at Lorenzo Carnelli station (Montevideo).