No. 1850 locomotive factory from Baldwin in 1935
Just hanging out in Hershey. General Electric engine 21203 is seen on static display at the Hershey Station in Camilo Cienfuegos, Cuba on December 30, 2014. This line was built by Milton Hershey ... (more)
The regular shuttle to 10 De Octubre loads passengers at Ranchuello. The railcar has a nice homemade, retro, feel about it
MLW MX624 #52434 departs Pinar Del Rio with train 179, 18h30 to Guane on 13th March 2013.
Two variants of the Russian TEM 3 Road Switcher rest at the Havana engine terminal. The highly successful TEM models trace their linage to Alco RSD-1s supplied to the Soviets during World War 2. T... (more)
A RDC-1 loads school children on an outing leaving from the Santa Clara, Cuba station.
Two RDCs await their next call at the Moron roundhouse. Budd RDC railcars were delivered new to the Cuban Railways before the Revolution. These units came second hand from Canada and are ex-CP or ... (more)
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sugar 760mm gauge Baldwins 1327
Oilburned # E 1355 (Baldwin 1920) is about to cross the bridge at river Rio la Virga with a load of sugarcanes
On the afternoon trip back to the sugarmill the train had to stop for on-the-spot-repair - because half of the brakesystem on the locomotive had fallen off.
# 1910 was the biggest steamengine in Cuba, built by ALCO 1925. As seen on the tender 1910 was named Dona Flor - a character in a southamerican TV-soap.
On its way to get the cars filled with sugarcanes, engine E 1355 (Baldwin 1920) crosses Rio la Virga.
Location 30 miles west of Havanna, gauge 3'0'', engine # 1382 built by Baldwin in 1915