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Baquedano its and old train station in the north of Chile, and some kind of museum... everything is in bad conditions, but when you heard the wind running between pipes and metal pieces... Its feels like all those ladys are back in life.
In the middle of the Atacama desert in Chile, a trio of GR12 under the colors of FCAB rr, command this acid sulfuric train from the Chuquicamata cooper Mine to the port of Antofagasta.
To can carry the acid, its concentrated at 90%, this way its no corrosive.
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Old 2-6-2 steam loco with wooden car at the Museo Ferroviario de Santiago. The car is used for meetings of the Asociacion Chilena de Conservacion del Patrimonio Ferroviario (Chilean Association for Preservation of Rail Heritage)
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