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On our circumnavigation of South America, we called in at the port of Ushuaia, and went for a trip on the so-called Train at the End of the World, a narrow guage steam-hauled tourist railway that started life as a convict-built railway to fetch wood for the smelters in Ushuaia. Here are some photos from that day.
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