A 3000 metric tons train full of lead and zinc ore concentrates from Bolivia is climbing the hill that separates the salar de Carcote from the Salar de Ascoctan.
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Ollague is a small, remote village high in the Andes, at 3714 m above sea level (12185 ft) - Railroad: FCAB (Ferrocarril de Antofagasta a Bolivia)Locomotive: EMD GL26C-2Location: Ollague, ChileLocomotive #: FCAB 2008Train ID: -Photo Date: August 19, 2010
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Viewed from the rear, a 3000 metric tons train full of lead and zinc ore concentrates from Bolivia is climbing the hill that separates the salar de Carcote from the Salar de Ascoctan.