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  1. Interior Panama Canal RR

    Interior Panama Canal RR

    This shows the interior of the train between Panama City and Colon. Instead of seats they provides tables and benches where a box lunch is served by female conductors who do a song and dance.
  2. dblhdr

    dblhdr

    A slightly heavy zoo train headed for Summit. One of the very few times I had seen a double header and had a camera to record it. Please exscuse the size. It was a cropped photo in the journal I had been keeping while down there
  3. Panama RR

    Panama RR

    During the week, the railroad would operate a zoo train from Balboa to Summit for school children, but during the weekends this set would be used as a tourist train. Making up to four runs between the two stations. About 15 miles. A round trip ticket cost only two dollars. And quite a few...
  4. Panama RR

    Panama RR

    During the week, the railroad would operate a zoo train from Balboa to Summit for school children, but during the weekends this set would be used as a tourist train. Making up to four runs between the two stations. About 15 miles. A round trip ticket cost only two dollars. They always had to...
  5. Panama RR tourist train Summit, Panama

    Panama RR tourist train Summit, Panama

    During the week, the railroad would operate a zoo train from Balboa to Summit for school children, but during the weekends this set would be used as a tourist train. Making up to four runs between the two stations. About 15 miles. A round trip ticket cost only two dollars
  6. Northbound TI @ Miraflore crossing

    Northbound TI @ Miraflore crossing

    I had never seen this line run on a schedule but this was one of the few times the railroad would run their freight train during afternoon hours. Although it used a combine on the rear, to the best of my knowledge it never was a mixed train.




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