On steam times wool were transfered here from industrial gauge cars to broad gauge cars.
Thomas Piggott Steam era Watertank
Yes, a true Piggott modular tank.
Note that each module contains one cubice meter of water.
By counting the modules you can know the tank capacity.
This is a remember from the steam era
1922 original old storage shed preserved
Est. INGENIERO GUIDO JACOBACCI
A very nice station in middle of the desert.
Well, buses uses this station as terminus
But we don't modified the building apparience, because we don't want to ruin this nice scenic building.
So buses stop at the old fashioned way, in parallel to the cord
Trochita's Passenger Building
Yes, Trochita has a separate passenger building were you can buy train parafernalia
Patagonic historical sleepers bungalows
True Patagonian railway style
Made with sleepers
A small and hughe place to remember all those people who worked on this railway.
And a bit of peace for us
True steam era element.
Trully is a miniturntable, acording to this railroad size.
Located only 100m from the passenger building, and at the other station square.
It has its own history. Bucth knowed it.
Gran Hotel Argentino
Located in front of the Railroaders Square
Yes, we have.
Indian Crafts Market
True indians works.
Very refinated and excellent quality!
And originals from Patagonia.
Small, but... here they have dinosuar eggs.
Trochita Mainteinance Sheed. 0.75m Gauge
The most required place by the tourists.
All small and antique.
Patagonic Mainteinance Sheed 1.676m Gauge
Yep, a journey back in time.
Old tools, steam crane, wooden cars...
Well, the TER was restored. See station photo.
Historical Rolling Stock
A true open air museum... from the steam era.
30ft Tank Car
A case for Agent Mulder.
The car is not from our fleet.
And appeared in middle of nowhere.
Strange... very strange
Small, but efficient... and a alternative in case of emergency.
American Water Tank
Part of the railway scenery.
Trochita Water Tank
Still in use
A little place to remember this little Railroad that could.
Dual Gauge Brigde
Brigde has dual tracks.
Another strange thing here.
The World famous Trochita Junction
This is the kilometer 648. Here broad gauge follows straight, while the industrial gauge turns ledt, as you can see.
True ghost place.
Want to put a hotel here?
1922 Historical Famillereux boxcars
True back in time.
No time machine is required here. (Our train is a time machine... well Time Express)
This is a small truss bridge.
It provides a nice view, and the sensation to be flying with the train.
On this cliff you can see true indian paints.
Est. OJOS DE AGUA
Here tourists downs to go to the Ranch
Well, here we have another adventure in middle of nowhere.
The place has the original "Pulpería" visited by Mr. Cassidy.
Sheep barbecue is a tradition here.
And you have 25.000 hectars of space to walk or ride.
A mallin is a low area, with mud and humidity.
Not easy to cross.