I like very much this photo. It has quelquechose of unreal, ghostly. That this train at the end of these interrupted rails makes. What happened? The end of a world? Happy new Year
I have read that after the war with Chile and the crisis of the mines those were not economically interesting for Bolivia anymore.
superb! have you any shots of the train in different light? It's so ghostly!
no, I was only there for one hour, but it has to look cool with a different light.
Hi Eduardo, great shot! agree with stona on the best of & YS! Shots like this is what panoramio all about!
warmest regards from Dublin
Mi familia tenia minas y usabamos los trenes para viajar de Pulacayo,Poopo, etc, tenian camarote y viajar de Bolivia a la Argentina era genial.
my family had mines and we used this trains not only to transport the minerals but to travel from our mines to the cities, the best trip was from Bolivia to Argentina with sleepers coaches, dining, wery elegant. bolivia sold the railways to Chile and they destroyed the company. I have photos from that time when I was a little girl and Bolivia was enjoying the richest mines and prosperity.
Eduardo: Thanks for sharing this historic artifact with Google satellite viewers.
Wow! Fantastic photo! Contest
Stupenda , un posto da telefilm "twilight zone"
O trem que se perdeu no tempo!
Saludo desde Czech rep.
Fantastic and realy nostalgic shot.! Greatings from Italy Skyhunter and if you want tell me what you think about Garden of the Disapeared and if you have another litle minute give mi your opinion about Light and Shadow
End of the line for this one i guess.
Unusual Image that one does not see too often. I certainly never have. That is what makes it so interesting to me. The angle and composition is good too.
Greetings from Hungary:
Ca pour être original, c'est original.
Bravo et merci de nous présenter une photo avec autant de force dans le message.
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it`s so cool ,,,,,,,,,
Muito legal, parabéns pela originalidade
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Photo taken in Antonio Quijarro, Bolivia
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