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Americas Railway Photographs (not including USA and Canada)

Cuba

  • Image : dir=americas/ page=index 182840 bytes, 800x600 pixels
  • Date : 28 Jun 2005, catalogued 28 May 2011
  • Photographer : Stewart Hughes
  • Medium : email digital image, image location 100-0009 Australia
  • Description : Stewart writes:
    I've just been cycling in Cuba - that's me on the right with a mate, Nigel. There is a place in Cuba called Australia - it's a now defunct sugar mill. This is (I think) a Baldwin of some description - I'm sure some of your correspondents will fill in the details. I'll send you some more shots soon. I'm off to the UK for a couple of months on Saturday - more shots of UK steam will be coming your way!!


The Panama Canal

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  • Date : 08 Jan 2015, catalogued 19 Feb 2016
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : digital camera (Canon EOS600D), image location 20150108-065222
  • Description : Ships are guided through the Panama canal by electric locos known as "mules". Here we see one winched up to the cruise ship MV Prinsendam.


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  • Date : 08 Jan 2015, catalogued 19 Feb 2016
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : digital camera (Canon EOS600D), image location 20150108-065251
  • Description : A herd of mules. Or is is a "dock of mules"?


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  • Date : 08 Jan 2015, catalogued 19 Feb 2016
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : digital camera (Canon EOS600D), image location 20150108-070439
  • Description : A mule hard at work.


South America

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  • Date : 16 Jan 2015, catalogued 30 Oct 2015
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : digital camera (Canon EOS600D), image location 20150116-072622
  • Description : A rather decrepit looking 0-4-0 tank stands at the entrance to the docks at the port of General San Martin, Peru. Thought to be a Fowler, but in very bad condition.


  • Image : dir=americas/ page=index 182733 bytes, 800x533 pixels
  • Date : 18 Jan 2015, catalogued 30 Oct 2015
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : digital camera (Canon EOS600D), image location 20150118-125656
  • Description : Esslingen No.4127 2-8-2 Abt tank loco built in 1924 for the Arica-La Paz railway in Chile/Peru. Preserved in Arica.


  • Image : dir=americas/ page=index 192218 bytes, 800x533 pixels
  • Date : 18 Jan 2015, catalogued 30 Oct 2015
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : digital camera (Canon EOS600D), image location 20150118-125727
  • Description : Motion detail of Esslingen No.4127 2-8-2 Abt tank loco built in 1924 for the Arica-La Paz railway in Chile/Peru. This loco was not well preserved from seabird droppings!


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