A track gang arriving in Galera
Driving to the summit
Getting out of the Galera tunnel, we are arriving at the summit station at 4781 meters above sea level, in the middle of the Andes Cordillera.
A pile of broken brake pieces and other discarded parts accumulates near the station building at the summit of the line, 4781 meters above sea level (15686 ft).
Difficult to rerail a hi-rail truck in the absence of a level crossing! The job was done with the help of several men and some stones.
A mechanic does maintenance work on traction motors
Movement of trains in the Puente Alto yard and Workshops of Metro de Santiago.
Ghost of railroads past. A caboose in fairly fresh paint for the Chessie System scheme is spotted at MP 0 on the CSX S&C Subdivision in Rockwood, PA.
Meeting of passenger services crossing the bridge over the Maipo river, near Santiago.
Departures of ALSTOM and CAF units from Alameda central station of commuter service and middle distance operated by Tren Central, with the FEPASA Alameda yard accompanied the first 2 kilometers of... (more)
Passenger service of Metropolitan Railroad at Santiago, circulating by L4 line parallel to the Americo Vespucio Highway and over Departamental and Macul avenue, in direction Tobalaba terminal stat... (more)
Initially, it was a 1st class passenger car of the “DEV” type, built in the early 1950’s. After the end of its commercial life on SNCF lines, it was used for special duties, perhaps for the French... (more)
Industry critter built by the Gaston Moyse Company
Early morning, frigid temperature, near Albertville in the French Alps.