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In Argentina there are a variety of locomotives but are very old
 

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Nice photos and videos.

India: People does not seem to have any respect for trains and run over the tracks

Argentina:That orange looking loco 2nd lowest on the post looks french.


DB Regional train with electric loco,Munich


DB Regional train, Flensburg
 

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Those Peru trains look interesting, but I presume that Argentina has the most extensive rail network in South America and the most modern train fleet.

Is it possible to go by passengertrain from Peru to Argentina?



This is a maintenance-locomotive. I think it's a Z65 which originates from the 1960's. Photo from Örebro, Sweden.


Italian locos at Florence, S.M.N. The loco to the right is very common in regional passenger trains.
 
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