MATERIALS FOR THE HISTORY OF ARGENTINE RAILWAYS

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Documents:

Way bill BAGSR, 1910
Wagon requisition form, BAGSR 1910.
Wagon requisition form for transport to ports, BAGSR 1910.
Notice of receipt of a wagon requisition, BAGSR 1910.
Notice of wagons being ready for loading, BAGSR 1910.
Wagon label for grain traffic: to Bahía Blanca elevators, BAGSR, 1910
Wagon label for grain traffic: to Ingeniero White mole BAGSR, 1910
Wagon label for grain traffic: to Ingeniero White BAGSR, 1910

Locomotives:
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See also the statistics, technical descriptions and lists of locomotives.

Andine Ry.: 0-4-0T by Schneider, 1896, at Retiro in 1969.

Argentine Great Western:
No. 12/2211 "Aberastain", 4-4-0 by Dübs, 1887. (+)
No. 37/641 "Laspiur", 2-6-0 by Sharp Stewart, 1889. (+)
No. 58/1898, 2-6-0 by Beyer Peacock, 1889.
No. 105, 2-10-0 by R. Stephenson, 1905.
No. 123, 4-6-0 by Beyer Peacock, 1905.
No. 129/1409, 4-6-0 by North British, 1906. (+)
No. 313/903, 2-6-2T by R. Stephenson, 1907.
No. 951, 4-8-2+2-8-4 by Beyer Peacock, 1929.
No. 2351, 4-6-4T by North British, 1914. (+)
Argentine Transandine:
No. 2 "Tupungato" 2-6-2T by Dübs, 1887. (+)
No. 7, Rivadavia, 2-4-2T rack engine by Beyer Peacock, 1890.
No. 12, 2-6-2T by Dübs, 1902. (+)
No. 51, 2-8-4T by Vulcan Foundry, 1909.
Diagram and photo of No. 44, 0-8-0|0-6-0, rack & adhesion engine by Kitson, 1911.
Garratt No. 62, 2-6-2+2-6-2, Beyer Peacock, 1929.

Argentine North Eastern Ry.: No. 202, 4-4-2+2-4-4 Garratt by Beyer Peacock, 1930.

Bahia Blanca & North Western: No. 1, 4-4-0 by Dübs, 1890 (+)

Buenos Aires & Campana Ry.:

No. 3 0-6-0T by Hunslet, 1875.
Diagram and photo of Class "II", 4-4-0T by Manning Wardle, 1875.

Buenos Aires, Ensenada and Port Ry.:

No. 1 "Celman" Class 1 4-4-0 by Kitson, 1887.
No. 16 Class 2 4-4-0 by Kitson, 1888.
No. 12/19 "Batten", Class 3 4-4-0 by Kitson, 1884.
No. 32 Class 4, 4-6-0 by Sharp, Stewart, 1884.
No. 38 Class 7, 4-4-2T by Kitson, 1890/96.

Buenos Ayres Great Southern Ry.:

Diagram of No. 1, 4-4-0 by R. Stephenson, 1865.
Nos. 1 to 8 Class 1, 4-4-0 by R. Stephenson, 1865.
Class C 2-4-0T by Yorkshire Engine Co., 1871.
Nos. 11 to 13 4-4-0 by Yorkshire Engine Co., 1870
Diagram of No. 311, No.11 reconstruida a 4-4-0T at Sola Shops, 1888.
Class D No. 329, 4-4-0 by Yorkshire, 1870 at Sola Shops.
No. 145/188, Class 1, 4-4-2T by Beyer, Peacock, 1888.
No. 15/198, Class 1B, 4-4-2T by Kitson, 1890/96, with No. 38 of the Ensenada Ry.
No. 61/301, Class 4/2, 0-6-0T, Yorkshire, 1884.
Nos. 39 and 40, Class 2A, 0-6-0T by Manning Wardle, 1890, from the diagram book.
Example of Class 2A: ex "Abbott", rebuilt as No. 3, "Belisario Hueyo", Central Produce Market.
No. 38, Class 2C, 0-6-0T by Manning Wardle, 1890.
No. C9, crane, 0-4-0T by Dübs, 1891 at Sola Shops.
No. C17, crane, 0-4-0T by North British, 1906. (+)
Crane No. 9, 0-4-0T by Dübs, 1891, from the BAGSR diagram book.
No. 26, Class 3, 0-4-0T by Manning Wardle, 1888.
No. 27, Class 3A, 0-4-0T, by Beyer Peacock, 1889.
Similar to No. 29/2011, Class 3B, 0-4-0T, Neilson Works No. 3647.
No. 196/2031, Class 3C, 0-4-0T, by Kitson, 1902, and with a coach.
No. 389/2036, Class 3C, 0-4-0T, by R. Stephenson, 1905, at Retiro in 1969.
No. 33/403, Class 4, 0-8-0T by Beyer, Peacock, 1891.
No. 191, Class 5, 4-2-2 by Beyer Peacock, 1890.
No. 46, Class 6 4-4-0 by Beyer Peacock, 1883 and No. 69 at Sola.
Class 6A No. 172 by Beyer Peacock at Sola.
Diagrams of Class 6 compared with Class 6B, rebuilt at Sola Shops, 1896-1904.
No. 215, Class 6C 4-4-0 by Kitson, 1887.
No. 231, Class 6D 4-4-0 by Kitson, 1888.
No. 233, Class 6E 4-4-0 by Kitson, 1884.
No. 68/3003, Class 7, 2-6-0 by Beyer, Peacock, 1885.
No. 144/3054, Class 7A, 2-6-0 by Beyer, Peacock, 1889.
No. 252/3992, Class 7B/12C, 4-6-0 by Beyer, Peacock, 1890.
No. 162 or 163, Class 7C 4-6-0 by Sharp, Stewart, 1884.
No. 3101, Class 7C (new series) 2-6-0 compound by Beyer, Peacock, 1911.
No. 905, Class 7E 2-6-0 by Dübs, 1887, ex W.S.F.Ry. No. 7.
No. 911, Class 7F 2-6-0 by Rogers, 1896.
No. 80/3316, Class 8, 2-6-2T, Sola Shops, 1898, diagram and photo of 1905.
No. 3308, Class 8, 2-6-2T, Sola Shops, 1902.
No. 394/3321 Class 8A, 2-6-2T by North British, 1906. (+)
No. 463/3350 Class 8A, 2-6-2T by North British, 1907. (+)
No. 292/3404, Class 8B, 2-6-2T by Nasmyth, Wilson, 1907.
No. 3463, Class 8C 2-6-2T by North British, 1913, filling with oil fuel.
No. 3476, Class 8C 2-6-2T by North British, 1913. (+)
No. 3172, Class 8D 2-6-2T by North British, 1925. (+)
No. 3542, Class 8E 2-6-4T by North British, 1923. (+)
No. 3557, Class 8E 2-6-4T by Vulcan Foundry, 1925.
No. 3584, Class 8E 2-6-4T by Vulcan Foundry, 1930.
No. 267/358, Class 9, 0-6-2T by Beyer, Peacock, 1898.
No. 249/3080, Class 10/7B, 2-6-0 by Beyer, Peacock, 1899.
No. 314/4014, Class 11, 2-8-0 by Beyer Peacock, 1902.
No. 4119, Class 11B, 2-8-0 by Beyer, Peacock, 1913.
No. 4151, Class 11B, 2-8-0 by North British, 1914. (+)
No. 4210, Class 11C and No. 4203 at Wembley Exhibition, 4-8-0 by Armstrong, Whitworth, 1924.
No. 4333, Class 11D, 2-8-0 by Armstrong, Whitworth, 1925, and diagram of same.
Class 12, 4-6-0 by Beyer Peacock, 1906.
No. 377/3801, Class 12A, 4-6-0 by Beyer, Peacock, 1906.
No. 544/3821, Class 12A, 4-6-0 by North British, 1906. (+)
No. 536/3891, Class 12B 4-cylinder 4-6-0 by Vulcan Foundry, 1907.
No. 913, Class 12C 4-6-0 by Canada Works, rebuilt, 1865, ex C.A.R. No. 1/581.
No. 3953, Class 12D 4-6-0 by Beyer Peacock, 1914.
No. 3912, Class 12E 4-6-2 by Vulcan Foundry, 1926.
No. 3921, Class 12E 4-6-2 by Vulcan Foundry, 1926, with BAWR Class 15 boiler.
No. 3929, Class 12E leaving Sierra de la Ventana with train No. 12, 10 November 1963.
No. 3930, Class 12E 4-6-2 by Vulcan Foundry, 1926, at Las Flores, 1964.
No. 3931, Class 12E 4-6-2 by Vulcan Foundry, 1931.
No. 3856, Class 12F 4-6-0 by BAGSR Shops, 1935.
No. 3870, "Huemul", Class 12G 4-6-2 by Liniers Shops, 1937.
No. 3901, "Avellaneda", Class 12H 4-6-2 by Liniers Shops, 1937.
Class 12K and diagram by Vulcan Foundry, 1938.
No. 3939 "San Juan", Class 12K, 4-6-2 by Vulcan Foundry, 1938.
No. 3941 "San Matias", Class 12K, 4-6-2 by Vulcan Foundry, 1938.
Diagram of No. 916, Class 13, 0-6-0 by Black, Hawthorn, 1883, ex W.S.F.Ry. No. 2.
Class 14, 0-8-0 by Sharp, Stewart, 1883.
Garratt Class 14, 4-8-2+2-8-4 by Beyer, Peacock, 1928 by shed and on the road.
No. 1550, Class 15A 4-8-0 diagram and photo by Vulcan Foundry, 1938.
Diagram of Class 15B by Vulcan Foundry, 1948 and photo.
Diagram of mobile power houses U.E. 1 and 2 of 1929
Diagram of mobile power houses U.E. 3 to 5 of 1933
Diagram of the first Diesel-electric CM201 of 1929.
Diagram of Diesel-electric engine CM202 of 1929.
Diagram of Diesel-electric engine CM210 of 1933.
Diagram of Diesel-electric engines CM204 and 205 of 1937.
Diagram of Diesel-electric engines CM206 and 207 of 1937.
Class SV, 0-6-2T by Avonside, 1913, for the 2'6" gauge branch at Sierra de la Ventana, derelict Salinas Grandes in Córdoba, 1943.

Buenos Ayres Midland Ry.:

No. 14 Class E, 4-6-0 by Kerr Stuart, 1908.
No. 26 Class F, 4-6-0 by North British, 1909. (+)
No. 29 Class F, 4-6-0 by North British, 1909. (+)
diagrams and photo of No. 38 Class F 4-6-0 by Nasmyth, Wilson, 1910.
No. 101, 4-6-2+2-6-4 Garratt by Beyer Peacock, 1929.

Buenos Aires Northern Ry.: No. 10 0-6-2T by Kitson, 1886.

Buenos Ayres & Pacific Ry.:

2-6-0 No. 3/363 Sarmiento, R. W. Hawthorn 1884.
2-6-0 No. 10/370 Uladislao Frías, by Sharp Stewart, 1885.
4-4-0 No. 17/401 San Juan, Cooke, 1884.
4-4-0 No. 30, Dübs, 1888.
4-4-0 No. 34, Dübs, 1888.
4-4-0T No. 39/106/503, Manning Wardle, 1889.
No. 35, 2-6-2T by Dübs, 1889 (+)
No. 44, 4-6-0 by Dübs, 1895. (+)
No. 59/1059, 4-6-0 by North British, 1905. (+)
No. 71, 2-6-2T by Dübs, 1896. (+)
No. 76, 2-6-4T by Dübs, 1897. (+)
No. 77, 0-6-0ST by Dübs, 1900. (+)
No. 85, 4-6-0 by Dübs, 1901. (+)
No. 97, 4-4-2T by Dübs, 1902. (+)
No. 99/2403, 4-4-2T by North British, 1904. (+)
No. 84, 4-6-0 by Dübs, 1902. (+)
No. 112, 2-8-0 by Beyer Peacock, 1910.
No. 121/1201, 4-6-0 by North British, 1903. (+)
No. 154, 2-8-0 by North British, 1904. (+)
No. 471, 2-8-0 for BBNWR, by North British, 1906. (+)
No. 500/2846, 0-4-0T, crane by North British, 1905. (+)
No. 601, 4-4-2 by North British, 1905. (+)
No. 614, 4-4-2 by North British, 1907. (+)
No. 651, 4-4-4T by North British, 1905. (+)
No. 701, 2-8-2T by North British, 1908. (+)
No. 751/2451, 0-4-4T by North British, 1905. (+)
No. 951, 4-8-2+2-8-4 Garratt, by Beyer Peacock, 1930.
No. 1501, 4-6-2 by North British, 1909. (+)
No. 1513, 4-6-2 by North British, 1910, diagram and photo. (+)
No. 1514, 4-6-2 by North British, 1911. (+)
No. 1519, 4-6-2 by North British, 1911. (+)
No. 2351, 4-6-4T by North British, 1914. (+)
No. 2367, 4-6-4T by R. Stephenson, 1930 and a full, illustrated description.
No. 2565, 0-6-0ST by North British, 1914. (+)
No. 3006, 2-8-2 by Beyer Peacock, 1929. (+)
Buenos Aires Central:
2-4-0 by Porter, 1896.
4-4-0 No. 108, Kerr Stuart, 1917.
Buenos Ayres and Rosario Ry.:
No. 3 Class "I", 0-6-0T by Hunslet, 1875.
Diagram and photo of Class "II", 4-4-0T by Manning Wardle, 1875.
Diagram of L2AClass "I", 2-6-0T by Hunslet, 1888.
No. 54, 4-4-0 by Beyer Peacock, 1888.
No. 2034 Class L2A, ex Class V, by Beyer Peacock and BAR Shops
No. 59 Class VI, 2-6-0 by Beyer, Peacock, 1888
No. 2040 Class L2, 4-4-2T by Beyer Peacock, 1890.
Crane engine by Beyer Peacock, 1891.
No. 205/229 Class IX, 4-4-0 by Beyer Peacock, 1895.
No. 226/275 Class X, 2-6-0 by Beyer Peacock, 1900.
No. 230/279 Class X, 2-6-0 by Beyer Peacock, 1900.
No. 108 Class L3A, 4-6-2T by Beyer Peacock, 1906.
No. 1014 Class "L3A", 4-6-2T with 0-6-0T ex Class "I" by Hunslet, 1875, "faked up" with a No. 1
No. 703 Class C6A, 2-8-0 by North British, 1904. (+)
No. 690 Class C6A, 2-8-0 by North British, 1907. (+)
No. 76 Class S3, 0-6-0T by North British, 1909. (+)

Buenos Ayres Western Ry.:

BAWR: No. 1 La Porteña, 2-2-0 by E.B. Wilson, 1856 diagram and photo
La Porteña in service.
diagram of Nos. 3 and 4 2-2-0 1859.
4-4-0 by Sharp, Stewart, 1863.
Drawing of No. 18, 4-4-0ST by Manning Wardle, 1869.
4-4-0 No. 29 "Patagonia", by Düs 1872. (+)
0-6-0 No. 33 "Parana", by Dübs 1875. (+)
La Plata 4-4-0 by Baldwin, 1885.
No. 91 "Mariano Haedo", 4-4-0 Webb compound by Dübs, 1886. (+)
No. 93 "Manuel J. Guerrico", 4-4-0 v. Borries compound by Dübs, 1886. (+)
No. 1 Class 1 2-6-0 by Beyer Peacock, 1894.
No. 135 Class 7/B 4-4-4T by Beyer Peacock, 1899.
No. 334 Class 3 2-8-0 by North British, 1905. (+)
No. 26 Class 19 4-4-0 by Beyer Peacock, 1906.
No. 806 Class 4A 2-6-2T by North British, 1905. (+)
No. 9007 Class 4B 2-6-4T by North British, 1908. (+)
No. 195 Class 5 2-6-0 by Dübs, 1898. (+)
No. 628 Class 5A/6 4-6-0 by North British, 1907. (+)
No. 744 Class 5C/7S 2-6-0 by Beyer Peacock, 1913.
No. 237 Class 6/2 2-6-0 by North British, 1908. (+)
No. 341 Class 20B/3S 2-8-0 by Beyer Peacock, 1922.
No. 367 Class 20B/3S 2-8-0 by Beyer Peacock, 1922.
No. 1500 Class 15 4-8-0 and diagram by Armstrong, Whitworth, 1930.
No. 1505 Class 15 4-8-0 by Armstrong, Whitworth, 1930, at Mechita in 1932.
No. 71V crane 0-4-0T by North British, 1907. (+)
No. 2002 electric Bo-Bo by Baldwin/Westinghouse, 1916.

Boca and Barracas Ry.: 4-4-0 No. 2 Córdoba by Avonside, 1863

Central Argentine Ry.:

No. 9, 4-4-0 Córdova by Canada Works, 1869
No. 19/6 "Brockett", Class D, 4-4-0 by Neilson, 1878.
Diagram of No. 254, 0-6-0T, metre gauge, by Sharp Stewart, 1882.
No. 2040, Class L2, 4-4-2T by Beyer Peacock, 1890.
No. 2034, Class L2a, ex Class V, by Beyer Peacock and BAR Shops.
No. 1003, Class L3a, 4-6-2T by Beyer, Peacock, 1906.
No. 214, Class P2a, 4-4-0 by Neilson, 1887.
No. 42/16/224, "Catamarca", Class H/P3, 4-4-0 by Sharp, Stewart, 1885.
No. 229 Class P4, 4-4-0 by Beyer Peacock, 1895.
No. 163/254, Class MB/P5, 4-6-0 by Kitson, 1897.
No. 275, Class P6a, 2-6-0 by Beyer Peacock, 1900.
No. 279, Class P6a, 2-6-0 by Beyer Peacock, 1900.
No. 316, Class P7a, 4-6-0 by R. Stephenson, 1906.
No. 338, Class P8a, 4-6-2 by Beyer Peacock, 1909.
No. 364, Class P8a, 4-6-2 by Kitson, 1910.
No. 369, Class P8a, 4-6-2 by Kitson, 1910.
No. 152, Class P8, 4-6-2 by Kitson, 1910, converted to P8CS.
Class P10, 4-6-2 by Beyer, Peacock, 1911.
No. 163, Class P10, 4-6-2 by Beyer, Peacock, 1911, at Pergamino on train No. 61, year 1964.
No. 171, Class PS8, 4-6-2 by North British, 1912. (+)
No. 171, Class PS8 with train No. 107 at Peyrano, 21 September 1962
No. 190, Class PS8, 4-6-2 by North British, 1912.
No. 105, Class PS8, 4-6-2 by North British, 1914, leaving Retiro with "El Tucumano", 1925.
No. 980, Class PS8, 4-6-2 by North British, 1914. (+)
No. 128, Class PS8, 4-6-2 by North British, 1915. (+)
No. 373, Class P9aCS, 4-6-2 by North British, 1909, as rebuilt at Gorton Works, Pérez.
Class P10, 4-6-2 by Beyer, Peacock, 1911.
No. 191, Class PS10, heading special train for the Prince of Wales, 1925.
No. 1101, Class PS11, the first PS11 of 1930, and No. 1105 at Rosario North in 1931.
No. 1114 leaving Retiro with "El Panamericano" in 1940
No. 1115 leaving Retiro with "El Panamericano" in 1930
Diagram of Class PS11, Armstrong Whitworth, 1930.
Diagram of Class PS11, Vulcan Foundry, 1949.
Diagram of the Caprotti valve gear in Class PS11.
No. 59/126/427, Class VI/M2a, 2-6-0 by Beyer, Peacock, 1888
Class M3a, 2-6-0 by Beyer Peacock, 1888, rebuilt with 5'0" boiler.
No. 120/469, Class MA/M5a, 4-6-0 by Kitson, 1895.
No. 1/581, "Santa Fe", Class A/M6 as rebuilt in 1878.
No. 501, Class MS6a, 4-8-4T by Armstrong, Whitworth, 1927.
No. 511, Class MS6a, 4-8-4T by Armstrong, Whitworth, 1930.
No. 192/583, Class M7, 2-6-0 by Dübs, 1887.
No. 399/603, Class C1, 2-6-0 by Rogers, 1896.
No. 605, Class C2a, 4-6-0 by Neilson, 1887.
No. 33/311/623 "East", Class G/C3, 4-6-0 by Neilson, 1885.
No. 49/319/631 "La Plata", Class K/C3, 4-6-0 by Neilson, 1885.
No. 58/323/635 "Cortés", Class L/C4, 4-6-0 with No. 56 by Kitson, 1888.
Photo of an 0-8-0, Class E/C5, and diagram by Sharp Stewart, 1883.
No. 703 Class C6A, 2-8-0 by North British, 1904. (+)
No. 690 Class C6A, 2-8-0 by North British, 1907. (+)
No. 744 Class C6A, 2-8-0 by Beyer, Peacock, 1907, with new 5'6" boiler.
No. 756 Class CS6, 4-8-0 by North British, 1915.
No. 781 Class CS6, 4-8-0 by North British, 1915.
No. 801 Class CS6a, 4-8-0 by North British, 1919.
No. 901 Class C7, 2-8-2T by R. Stephenson, 1912.
No. 602 Class CS7, 4-8-0 by North British, 1948. (+)
No. 622 Class CS7, diagram and photo, 4-8-0 by R. Stephenson & Hawthorns, 1948.
No. 849 Class CS8a, 2-8-2 by Beyer Peacock, 1926.
No. 863 Class CS8a, 2-8-2 by R. Stephenson, 1928.
No. 1 Class S1, ex No. 50 "Pilcomayo" Class K, rebuilt as 4-6-0T.
Class FA/S2 0-6-0T by Hawthorne, Leslie, 1897.
Diagram of No. 24, "Celman", Class F/S3 0-6-0T by R. W. Hawthorn, 1884.
No. 76 Class S3, 0-6-0T by North British, 1909. (+)
No. 946 Class S4, 0-6-0T by Beyer, Peacock, 1920.
No. 949 Class S4, 0-6-0T by Beyer, Peacock, 1920.
No. 550 Class SS5, 0-6-2T by North British, 1928. (+)
No. 252/92, Class O/V1, 0-4-0ST by Manning Wardle, 1890 ahead of a C7 and on top of a CS6.
No. 93, Class V2, 0-4-0ST by Dübs, 1890. (+)
No. 94, Class V3, crane 0-4-2T by Beyer Peacock, 1891.
Diagrams of No. 17/250/95 "Paraná", Class C/V4, 0-6-0T by Manning Wardle, 1873.
No. 89, Class V7, crane 0-6-0T by Beyer Peacock, 1908.
No. 1 Diesel mechanical, 0-4-0 by Wickham, 1930.

Compagnie Générale de Chemins de Fer dans la Province de Buenos Aires:

No. 51, 4-4-0 by Sächsische Maschinenfabrik of 1907, with No. 205 at Riachuelo Shops, and another of 4 August 1907.
No. 203, 4-6-0 by Alsacienne, at Riachuelo, 4 August 1907.
No. 208, 4-6-0 by Alsacienne, 1907.
No. 215, 4-6-0 by Alsacienne, 1907, suspended from crane in Riachuelo Shops.
No. 602, 4-8- by Ateliers du Nord, 1930.

Cordoba Central Ry.:

No. 78/1004 Class "H/S2" 0-4-2T by Baldwin, 1884.
No. 201/616 Class P3, 4-4-0 by Neilson Reid, 1896. (+)
No. 101/625 Class P4, 4-4-2 by North British, 1906. (+)
No. 361 Class L2a 4-6-4T by North British, 1926. (+)
No. 112 Class S9, 0-6-0T by Brush, 1905.
No. 110 Class S10, 0-6-2T by North British, 1906. (+)
No. 10 Class M2, 4-6-2 by North British, 1906. (+)
No. 201/501/1301 Class C5, 4-6-2 by North British, 1906. (+)
No. 59 Class C7, 4-8-0 by North British, 1907. (+)
No. 500, 4-6-2 by ALCO (Brooks), 1910.
No. 800, 2-8-2 by ALCO (Brooks), 1910.
Class S11 0-6-4T, by Kitson, 1911.
No. 1472 Class C10a 2-8-2 by ALCO (Montréal), 1920.
No. 1520 Class C12A 4-8-2+2-8-4 Garratt, by Beyer Peacock, 1929.

Cordoba & North Western:

No. 8, "San Roque", 4-6-0, Sharp Stewart 1891. (+)
No. 10, 4-6-0 by North British, 1908. (+)

Entre Rios Rys.:

No. 28 "Solis" 2-4-2ST by Baldwin, 1884.
4-4-0 "General Roca" No. 5 Class B by Dübs, 1886. (+)
4-4-0 "Uruguay" No. 7 Class B by Dübs, 1886. (+)
2-6-0 "Nogoya" No. 9 Class D by Dübs, 1886. (+)
2-6-0 No. 16 Class D by Dübs, 1888, with ballast train in 1907.
2-6-0 No. 21 Class E by Dübs, 1893. (+) and in 1908 with inaugural train to Buenos Aires.
0-6-0T No. 26 Class F by Manning Wardle, 1886.
4-6-0 No. 201 Class I by Baldwin, 1906.
2-8-0 No. 505 Class J by Baldwin, 1906.
2-6-2T No. 29 Class K by Neilson Reid, 1899 (+)
0-6-0T No. 53 Class L by Hudswell Clarke, 1907.
4-6-0 Class N by North British, 1910 (+)
4-6-0 Class N by North British, 1911 (+)
2-8-0 Class P by North British, 1912 (+)
2-8-0 Class Q by North British, 1913 (+)
2-6-0+0-6-2 Garratt, Class R by Beyer, Peacock, 1927.

North-West Argentine Ry.:

compound 4-6-0 No. 4 by Kitson, 1887.
No. 14, 4-4-0 by Neilson, 1892. (+)
No. 17, 4-4-0 by Neilson Reid, 1893. (+)

Compagnie française des chemins de fer de la province de Santa Fe:

No. 1, Class "A", 4-4-0 "Simón de Iriondo" by Nasmyth, Wilson, 1884.
No. 22/31 Class 4, 4-4-0 "San Javier" by Dübs, 1887. (+)
No. 19/221 Class 3 2-6-0 "Rosario" by Dübs, 1887. (+)
Diagram of the 0-6-0T, No. 431, by Sharp Stewart, 1882, ex CAR.
No. 503 Class 9 "Colonia La Benitez", 2-8-0, Fives Lille, 1907.
No. 603 Class 10 "J. Comble" 2-6-2, Winterthur, 1909.

Rosario to Mendoza Ry.: Diagram of the 0-6-0T, by Sharp Stewart, 1882, ex CAR and SF Ry.

Rosario to Puerto Belgrano Ry.

Class E, 4-4-0 by Schwartzkopff, 1908.
Class C, 0-8-0 by Borsig, 1908, and diagram.
Santa Fe & Cordoba Great Southern Ry.:
No. 4 4-4-0 by Neilson, 1889.
No. 21 4-6-0 by Neilson, 1889.
No. 63 2-4-0T by Yorkshire Engine Co., 1871.

Western of Santa Fe Ry.:

Diagram of No. 2 "Casado", 0-6-0 by Black, Hawthorn, 1883
No. 5 "Gálvez", 2-6-0 by Dübs, 1887
No. 18 "Baring", 2-6-0 by Rogers, 1896

State Railways:

No. 7 "Avellaneda" Class "B" 0-4-2 by Fox Walker, 1874.
No. 51 "Tarija" Class "F" 4-4-0 by Beyer, Peacock, 1885.
4-4-0 "Albigasta" by Sharp, Stewart, 1889. (+)
Class C2 "Cosquin" 2-8-0 by Sharp, Stewart, 1888. (+)
No. 87 Class A3, 2-4-6-0 Mallet by Borsig, 1904.
No. 48 Class B3 4-6-0 by Borsig, 1905.
Class B6 4-6-0 by Hannoversche, 1906.
No. 289 Class B8, 4-6-0 by the American Locomotive Co., 1908.
No. 318 Class B9, 4-6-2 by the American Locomotive Co., 1908.
No. 3005 Class B12, 4-6-2 by the Baldwin, 1921, at Purmamarca in 1926.
No. 3033 Class B13, 4-6-2 by Lima, 1948, leaving Santa Fe with train to Resistencia via Añatuya, May 1969.
No. 10 Class B52, 4-6-0 by North British, 1908. (+)
No. 166 Class C5, 0-6-6-0 Mallet by Borsig, 1904.
No. 6/177 Class C6, 4-8-0 by North British, 1907, diagram and photo. (+)
No. 178 Class C6, 4-8-0 by North British, 1910. (+)
No. 760 Class C10 2-8-2 by North British, 1911. (+)
Diagram of the 0-6-0T, No. 180, by Sharp Stewart, 1882, ex CAR, SF Rys. and Quebrachales by Tintina.
No. 7024 Class C11 2-8-2 by Baldwin, 1920.
Nos. 835 and 841, Class C12, 4-8-2 by Baldwin, 1921.
No. 884 Class C14, 4-8-2 by Henschel, 1938.
Class C51 2-8-4T by North British, 1910. (+)
No. 1309 Class E2 2-10-2 by Baldwin, 1922.
No. 1352 Class E5 2-10-2 by Skoda, 1949.
Class E21 Abt rack engine, 2-6-2T by Borsig, 1906, at Volcán in 1926.
No. 101 Class E24 0-12-2 by Esslingen, phto and diagram, 1955.
2-8-2 No. 1 by Baldwin for 29½-inch gauge, 1922.
Belgrano Railway: General Electric Diesel model 4GE756 being unloaded at port.

Comodoro Rivadavia to Sarmiento Colony: No. 189 Class "D3", 0-4-0T by Schneider, 1896.

Port Deseado to Las Heras Colony:

No. 162 or 163, 4-6-0 by Sharp, Stewart, 1884.
No. 424, 2-6-0 by Beyer Peacock, 1890.
No. 614, 4-6-0 by Neilson, 1890.
No. 188, 0-6-0T by Manning Wardle, 1890.

San Antonio to Nahuel Huapi:

No. 231, 4-4-0 by Kitson, 1888.
No. 331, 4-6-2 by Maffei, 1910.
No. 380 or 381, 2-6-0 by Beyer Peacock, 1890.

Province of Buenos Aires:

Class D, 4-6-2 by Nydqvist & Holm, 1924.
Shipment of Swedish locomotives, 1924.
Unloading Swedish locomotives at La Plata, 1924.
Class G, 2-6-4T by Henschel, 1929.

Urquiza Ry.: 4-4-0, by Kerr Stuart, 1914, at Toro in 1965 (3 in colour).

Villa Maria & Rufino Ry.: No. 6 4-4-0 by Dübs, 1889.

Miscellaneous

Argentine Quebracho Company, No. 1, Baldwin 0-4-0T, 1909
Argentine Quebracho Company, No. 3, Baldwin 4-6-0/4, 1910
Buenos Ayres Great Southern Railway, T.A. 150, Baldwin Bo, 1918.
Depietri Elevators and Railway, 0-6-0T No. 3 by Kerr Stuart, 1901.
Monti Widow, Baldwin 0-4-2T, 1884.
Mercedes Sugar Mill, Baldwin 0-4-2T "Isaias Padilla", 1920
Port of Rosario: Henschel and S.L.M. Bo-Bo, Diesel electric, 1930
Quilmes Brewery, No. 1, Baldwin 0-6-2-T, 1922
Rigolleau Crystals & Glass, No. 2, Baldwin 0-4-0T, 1928
Santa Ana Sugar Mill, No. 5, Baldwin 2-6-0/4, 1922
Santa Fe Land Company 2-6-2T by Beyer Peacock, 1910.
Buenos Aires Port 0-6-0ST No. 3 by Manning Wardle, 1894.
Port of La Plata No. 3, 0-6-0T by Manning Wardle, 1905.
Wilson & Sons, Buenos Aires, No. 2, 0-4-0ST by Manning Wardle, 1905.
C. H. Walker, B. A. New Port Contractor, No. 115, 0-6-0ST by Manning Warlde, 1911.
C. H. Walker, B. A. New Port Contractor, No. 120, 0-4-0ST by Manning Wardle, 1912.
Strategic Railway at Puerto Belgrano, 0-4-0 electric (battery) locomotive, Siemens, 1908.

Railcars:
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Map of Diesel railcar services in 1938.

Buenos Ayres Great Southern Ry.:

Diagrams of steam railcars by Kerr, Stuart & Co., 1905.
U.E.1 with 5-car diesel electric train at Remedios by Escalada.
Petrol Inspection Car, Drewry, 1928, photo and diagrams.
U.E.3 with 8-car diesel electric train.
Chevrolet railbus, body by Matarucci, 1936.
Petrol railcar by Wickham, 1938.
BAGSR and BAWR: Diagrams of Drewry cars and photograph; diagrams of the frame and the motor bogie.

Buenos Ayres Midland Ry.:

Sentinel trains
Diagrams of Birmingham cars

Buenos Ayres & Pacific Ry.:

No. 1051, photo and diagram, Junin Shops, 1932.
No. 1054, Ganz for AGW, 1937.
Diagrams of Birmingham cars
Diagrams of Ganz parcels cars
Diagrams of Ganz passenger cars
Thorneycroft petrol car for parcels

Buenos Ayres Western Ry.:

Diagram of chassis and engine of 1-B-1 steam railcar, Manning Wardle, 1870.
Electric train in Flores, 1925 and sheds, 1926.
Railcar RM250, Armstrong Whitworth/Saurer, 1934.
Articulated diesel electric of 1934 with one and with two trailing cars.

Central Argentine Ry.:

Older (1922) and newer electric trains (1931).
First Class motor-coach and interior view, 1931.
Electric carriages M.P. 50 and A.P. 50.
Views of the interiors of the above, 1918.
Electric train climbing to Villa Ballester in 1964.
Diagrams of Ganz articulated cars and photograph.
Diagrams of the power bogie in Ganz articulated cars.
Diagrams of Birmingham cars.
Articulated railcar by Birmingham.

Entre Ríos and Argentine North-Eastern:

Diagrams of steam cars, Sentinel-Cammell, 1925.
Diagram of cars C.M. 3 & 4 of the Entre Rios and C.M.102 of the ANER, Sentinel-Cammell, 1930
Diagrams of Drewry cars.
Diagrams of the power bogie of a Drewry car.

Entre Ríos Railways:

Diagram of steam railcar C.M.2, Sentinel-Cammell, 1928.
Diagram of steam railcar C.M.5, Birmingham-Yorkshire, 1931.
Diagrams of C.M.5. steam car as converted to Diesel in 1939.
Diagrams of cars C.D. 1 - 11, Birmingham, 1937-38.
Diagram of railcar C.D.30, Drewry, 1938.
Diagram of railbus C.M.10 with Ford V-8 motor, 1936.

State Railways:

Car CM4, reconstruction at Taff Viejo of a Belgian passenger car, 1928.
Standard gauge railcar CM3, Ganz, 1936.
Diagram and photo of the luxury train for service to Bariloche.
Diagram of the power bogie in the luxury train.
No. 3 of the line to Nahuel Huapi, Ganz 1937.
Parcels railcar type E, No. 503 coupled to type A car, Ganz, 1936.
Car No. 504 Class E coupled to type A car, by Ganz, 1936; in La Falda, 1951.
Type A car, Ganz, 1936; at La Falda.

Other vehicles:
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President's coach, 1910.

Description and diagrams of Werkspoor carriages and vans, 1952.

Argentine Great Western:

Covered wagon No. 13904, 1926
Wine wagon with 2 barrels No. 10604, 1926
Refrigerator No. 1874, 1932.
Ventilated fruit wagon No. 10801, 1937.
Petroleum tank wagon No. 2986, 1941.

Andino Railway: First wagons of 1871.

BA & Pacific Ry.:

Special Family Saloon, Birmingham 1910, and interior views..
Official saloon buit at Junin 1925.
Sleeping car No. 19, 1926.
Pullman car No. 1203, Birmingham, 1929.
Postal car No. 1791 of 1916 and another view.
Dining car No. 533 of 1917 outside and inside.
Steel high-sided wagon, Birmingham 1910.
Flat wagon No. 2383, 1906.
Flat wagon No. 2478, Bristol 1910.
Steel covered wagon for grain, Birmingham 1910.
Petroleum tank wagon No. 2792, 1926.
Bogie cattle wagon No. 45475, Birmingham 1910.
Cattle wagon No. 45310, 1926.
Open wagon No. 2209, loaded with grain, 1904.
Wagon for containers No. 32800, 1939.

Buenos Ayres Great Southern Ry.:

Second Class Car, Class D, No. 88, Southern Railway Shops, before 1895.
First Class Car, Class O, No. 154, Southern Railway Shops, before 1895.
Sleeping Class Car, Class P, No. 226, Harlan & Hollingsworth, before 1895.
Interior of official saloon, 1926.
diagram of Pullman carriages for service to Bariloche.
Pullman coaches built at Talleres: No. 1201 and No. 1207 and view of the interior.
Interior of Pullman car built at Talleres.
Sleeping cars built at Talleres: No. 2201 and No. 2214
Sleeping car No. 2234 in 1948.
Interior of dining car, 1926.
Buffet in dining car, 1926.
Interior of family car, 1926.
1st class coach No. 2602, built at Talleres, 1925 and view of the interior.
1st Class coach No. 1195 for service to Mar del Plata, 1937 (pictures & diagrams).
Interior of 1st. class coach in suburban service, 1926
Baggage brake van Class C4 with corridor Nos. 4101-4107 built at Talleres, 1920.
Low-sided open wagon, Gloucester Wagon Co., 1869.
Wine barrel wagon for Cooperative "La Reginense," 1944.
Covered wagon No. 16500, Birmingham Ry. Carriage & Wagon Co.
Open wagon No. 48000, Metropolitan Carriage & Wagon Co.
Tank wagon No. 62001, from the U.S.A.
2-axle covered wagon No. 33018.
Goods brake van, Birmingham Ry. Carriage & Wagon Co, 1924.
Hopper ballast wagon No. V1101, Leeds Forge, 1927.
Convertible cattle wagon No. 61096, C.R. Turner, 1927.

BA Midland Ry: Sleeping car No. D 2 and corridor

BA Provincial Ry:

Covered wagon No. O662 by Gregg Car Co. Ltd.

BA & Rosario Ry.:
Service car No. 10, Birmingham Railway Carriage & Wagon Co., before 1895.
BA Western Ry.:
Dining car at Plaza Once, 1906.
Sleeping Car, Birmingham 1910.
Dining car No. 939(?), 1926.
1st class car No. 170, 1926.
Ballast wagon, Leeds Forge, 1911, and description.
Open wagon No. 20680, 1926
Cattle wagon No. 11216, 1926.
Fruit wagon No. 30001, 1931.
Thermos car for bulk transport of milk photographed in 1937.

Central Argentine Ry.:

photo and diagram of a dining car, 1930.
Kitchen car No. C.C. 543, 1926.
Interior of Pullman car, 1926.
Sleeping compartment, 1926.
1st class car No. P. 158, 1926.
diagram of postal vans, 1930.
goods brake van, 1923.
standard steel half-box, 1923.
Half box wagon, 1926
Covered wagon, 1926.
Covered wagon No. 6241, 1926.
Open wagon No. 18857, 1926.
Horse box demonstration, 1926.
Cattle wagon, Hurst Nelson & Co.
Dummy Cattle wagon, 2-axles.
Wagon No. 2925 for grain in bulk.
Self-propelled pile driving plant by Whitaker, 1912, and description.
Buenos Ayres to Campana Railway:
First Class carriage, 1876.

B. A. Central Ry.:

Sleeping car for Horse Tramway, 1887.
Passenger coach, 1909.

Cordoba Central Ry.:
diagrams of dining and kitchen cars, 1907.
Dining car interior, 1926.
Compagnie Générale de Chemins de Fer dans la Province de Buenos Aires:
First Class Car at Riachuelo shops, 20 October 1907.
Seed selection wagon.
Buenos Ayres to Ensenada Railway:
Buffet Car by Gilbert Car Manufacturing Co., 1891.

East Argentine Railway: 2nd Class coach No. 27, by R. Y. Pickering & Co.

Entre Rios Rys.:

diagrams of 1st., 2nd., sleeping and dining cars of 1930
diagrams of postal vans.

Rosario a Puerto Belgrano:

1st. class coach No. 107, 1909.
Cattle car No. 1766.
High-sided wagon by Baume et Marpent, 1910.

State Railways:

water tank car No. 4976, empty 17000 kilos, load 27000 kilos, in 1923.
oil tank car No. 4851, 1923.
high-sided wagon No. 36250, Middletown Car Co., 1922
ballast wagon No. 10400, Middletown Car Co., 1923

Stations:
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Argentine North-Eastern:

Corrientes in 1926.
Posadas station in 1926: building, the platform, and Marine Superintendent's house.

BBNW:

Galvan Port in 1911
Galvan Port Elevators in 1926.
Plan of Galvan Port in 1927

BANR and BAE & Port Ry.:

Central Station in 1875 and views towards Retiro and from Paseo Colón
Central Station in 1889.

Buenos Ayres Great Southern Ry.:

Plans of Plaza Constitución terminus in 1866, in 1907, in 1910 and 1926 with views of the building in 1866, 1870, 1910, 1913, 1915, 1920, 1921 and 1926 with the then new parcels shed.
Barracas al Sud and old workshops in 1895
Access to La Plata in 1903 and 1906
New La Plata station: layout in 1906; views of booking office and platforms in 1910 and outside in 1910 and 1926
Sola goods station layout and view in 1910; from the air and from the main line in 1926.
Km. 5 shunting yards in 1926
Bahía Blanca in 1928
Balcarce and alternate
Banfield in 1910
Barracas in 1908
Chascomús in 1875.
Copetonas in 1925.
Lomas de Zamora in 1899
Lomas de Zamora in 1926 with then new footbrigde.
Dolores in 1926
Mar del Plata South in 1909 and 1910.
Miramar in 1928
Remedios de Escalada and Shops in 1926.
Río Colorado in 1926.
Central Dock in 1926.
Southern Dock in 1926.
Vásquez in 1921.
Zapala in 1926: platform and yard.
Benjamín Zorrilla in 1926.
Ingeniero White elevators in 1910 and 1932 from the water side in 1926

Buenos Ayres & Pacific Ry.:

Terminus projected in 1910.
Retiro: aerial view, 1926
Alto Verde in 1926.
Junin Station, 1925.
Junin Locomotive Yard and Shed, 1925.
Mendoza Goods in 1926: from the air
Palermo (High Level) in 1929; wine warehouse (low level) and aerial view in 1926
Palmira in 1926.
Buenos Ayres Western Ry.:
Once station in 1870
Once station in 1926:
from the air, the street, the square and inside
Approach roads in 1926: coming in and leaving on the level and below.
Underground interchange station
Old La Plata Station in 1906.
Plans of Haedo in 1894 and of its extension in 1907.
General Villegas, 1896.
Plan of Caballito, 1918.
Plan of Ingeniero Brian, 1918.
Central Argentine Ry.:
Retiro Station in 1915: Front on Av. Maipú, Grand Hall, Interior of train shed, and End of train shed showing signals.
Retiro 1926:
from the street, the air
aerial view
approach roads, and Cabin No. 1 with signals.
Retiro train shed over platforms 1 to 4 and 5 to 8 in 1926.
Booking office, and restaurant en 1926.
Campana, 1926: plan and pictures of platform tracks and front to the street.
Casares, 1925.
Ceres, 1925.
Córdoba, 1922, and another view.
Olivos, 1931.
Pergamino
Rosario Central, 1909.
Rosario mole and elevators in 1926.
Santa Fe, 1911.
Tucumá in the 1890s
Venado Tuerto, 1951.
Villa Ballester, 1964.

Compagnie Générale de Chemins de Fer dans la Province de Buenos Aires:

Pergamino and train from Rosario with engine No. 214, in 1910.
General view of Buenos Aires terminal
Plan of the Buenos Aires terminal, 1936.
Lugano, 1936.
Mataderos.
Mones Cazón, 1936.
Saenz.
Villars.

Cordoba Central Ry.:

Aristóbulo del Valle in 1926
Retiro 1926: view from the street and air; parcels shed.
Retiro North in 1926: from the air and street
Retiro about 1940 with 3-car Diesel trains
Alta Cordoba in 1926: station and running shed
Frías in 1888 and 1926.
Rosario in 1926.
Rosario Triangle in 1926.
Tucumán in 1926.
Corrientes Light Railway: Corrientes Station.

East Argentine: Concordia in 1876 and in 1906.

Entre Rios Rys.: Paraná, 1969.

La Plata to Fifth Meridian: La Plata Station.

Buenos Ayres Midland: Henderson in 1926 building, the platform and yard.

Rosario & Puerto Belgrano: San Gregorio in 1910.

State Rys:

Santa Fe station from the air in 1926
La Quiaca in 1926 and in 1932.
Salta in 1933.
San Carlos de Bariloche ça. 1935.

Belgrano Railway:

Huacalera station, July, 1962
La Falda, 1951.
Quebracho train at Cacuí station, January, 1964

Urquiza Ry. 2ft. gauge train at San Luis del Palmar, January 1964.

Santa Fe Railway:

Santa Fe
Entrance to Santa Fe marshalling yards, 1923.

Retiro Terminus from the Sheraton Hotel in 1969.

Terminus from the Sheraton Hotel in 1969.

Various illustrations:
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Buenos Aires: map showing railways in the city in 1873.
If Venice were Buenos Aires, 1936, map of Argentine railways over one of Europe.
Central Hall of Centennial Exposition, 1910.
Riachuelo Docks, 1910.
Carts with alfalfa in 1913 and with grains in 1919.
Railway Clearing House, 1920.

Argentine Great Western: removal of accidentally damaged stock in 1910.

Argentine North-Eastern:

Train to Corrientes, postal card of 1905.
Double-arm signal in 1926.
Corrientes river bridge in 1926.
Typical goods shed in 1926.
Loading oranges at Riachuelo in 1926.

B.A. & Pacific:

Main offices in 1910.
Junin Shops ça. 1890, 1910 and 1925.
Junin Workshops Head Office, 1925.
Villa Colina, official residence of Chief Mechanical Engineers at Junin.
B.A.P. Athletic Club House, 1925.
Transcontinental express with engine No. 35 and inside view of dining car, 1904.
Express train with engine No. 1505 in 1910.
Buenos Aires express at Mendoza.
Cattle train in 1910.
Hotel at Puente del Inca.
Triple-expansion 1500 HP engine for Bahia Blanca Power Plant, by Browett, Lindley & Co. of Manchester, 1910.
Train at La Paternal, with No. 2307 4-4-4T, by North British, 1908.

Buenos Ayres Great Southern Ry.:

River Plate House, Finsbury Circus, London, in 1898
Edward Banfield at Grand Trunk Railway erecting shop, Montréal, 1858.
Pencliffe House.
Inside Banfield Shops after hours, 1906.
Barker Memorial Hall, Lomas.
Suburban trains ça. 1898 and in 1905, with engine No. 74/3310, Class 8, Sola Shops 1900.
Diesel-powered suburban train: 2 cars with CM 201, 1933.
Electric suburban trains: 5 cars with UE1 and 8 cars with UE3 power houses.
Night express to Mar del Plata in 1910.
Engine 555/3832, 4-6-0 North British 1906, with Passenger train, about 1909.
Mar del Plata express leaving Plaza C. in 1926.
Express arriving at Plaza C. in 1926.
Bahía Blanca express near Turdera in 1926.
Bahía Blanca train No. 11 near Cañuelas in 1964.
Bahía Blanca train No. 19 near Peralta in 1964.
Goods train with engine Class 11A No. 312/4012 in 1910.
Fruit train with engine Class 15B passing Sierra de la Ventana in 1949.
Petroleum train with engine Class 11C.
Loading petroleum in Challacó, 1927.
Petrol and steam Decauville trains near Balcarce and by the hills.
Simplex gasoline tractor No. 19 for Decauville lines.
Drewry/Baguley petrol tractor for Decauville lines and diagram, 1927.
Narrow gauge train at Plaza Huincul in 1926.
High level roads near Plaza C. in 1910 and in 1926 with train.
Track to Mar del Plata in 1910.
New Banfield shops: layout in 1902 and general view in 1910.
Transporter bridge in 1926.
New signal cabins at Banfield and Temperley in 1926.
Scherzer bridge over the Riachuelo, 1910.
Neuquén River bridge in 1910 and 1926.
17 scenes in and around Plaza Constitución, 1937.
Two unusual vehicles, 1945.

Buenos Aires Midland: wheat transport in 1926.

Buenos Ayres Western:

Mecha: Yard master's, telegraph, train control and diagramming offices in 1926.
Mechita running sheds and yard, 1932.
Plaza Once Office Building, 1926.
Fruit train entering Buenos Aires.
Refrigerated milk train at Suipacha, 1931.

Central Argentine Ry.:

Map of the CAR network superimposed on one of the British isles
Main offices in 1910 and 1922.
Rosario express, 1913, with engine Class P10, No. 161, Beyer Peacock, 1911.
Express leaving Tucumán in 1926
Dining car No. 521 in 1913, and inside view of a dining car in 1913.
Goods train with engine Class C6A No. 707 in 1910
Cattle train with engine Class C6A No. 677 in 1910
Locomotive shed Rosario Norte.
Interior of Cabin 5 in Rosario.
Train Control Office, Casilda.
Rosario Works in 1894.
Rosario Shops in 1910: interior view and electrical equipment.
Drawing of Gorton Works.
Gorton Works in 1926: Offices with Drawing Office and shops.
Gorton Works: valve setting on Class CS8a, No. 854, Stephenson, 1928.
Loading grain at Rosario, 1922.
Wooden Mole, Rosario, 1894
Shipping grain from the ravine, Rosario, 1894.
Wheat bags piled up at station, 1894.
Elevators at Puerto Madero, 1913.
New elevator at Leones, 1931
Testing Bancalari bridge, 1894.
Bridge over Río Salado in 1913 and in 1926: panorama and two sections
Track renewal between Capilla and Vagues 1964
View from train No. 67, March 1964 somewhere W. of Corral de Bustos.
Alta Gracia Hotel in 1913 and 1922.
Buenos Aires Central Ry.:
Platelaying about 1908.
Earthworks about 1908.
Double-headed goods train to Entre Rios, about 1908.

Compagnie Générale de Chemins de Fer dans la Province de Buenos Aires:

Power Station, Riachuelo Shops, 8 January 1910.
Erection of locomotives, Riachuelo Shops, 8 January 1910.
Inside Riachuelo Shops ça 1909.
Engines outside Riachuelo Shops in 1910.
Inaugural train, 18 December 1907.
First passenger train into Buenos Aires, 25 January 1908.
First train at González Catán, 13 October 1908.

Cordoba Central Ry:

Printing room at Alberdi in 1926.
Viaduct at Km. 9, 1926.
Curve and underpass at Km. 11, 1926
Alta Córdoba Shops, 1926
Cordoba NW Ry:
Tunnel photographed probably in 1891.
Double-headed train along Rio Primero.
East Argentine:
River streamer El Mensajero on its inaugural voyage, 23 November 1880.
Train on Mocoretá bridge, 1876.
Entre Rios Rys.:
Ibicuy Extension, 1907-8:
19 views of the earthworks;
14 views of Gualeguay River bridge construction;
12 views of Paranacito River bridge construction;
13 views of Ibicuy;
7 views of Lucia Carbo ferryboat;
9 views of Zarate lift bridge;
10 views of the inauguration of train service to Buenos Aires;
20 views of the engineering staff;
16 views of construction workmen.
Train Ferry in 1910.
Ferry slip at Zárate in 1926.
Mercedes Lacroze with cattle train at Zárate in 1926.
Ferry-boat Dolores de Urquiza
The Prince of Wales on the ferry, 1925.
Garratt engine at Concordia with passenger train.
Flood at Concordia, 1915.

Rosario & Puerto Belgrano: Villa Diego Shops

Santa Fe Railways:

Stores, Santa Fe.
Round-house, Santa Fe.
Río Salado bridge in 1910.
San Cristóbal station and yard.

State Rys.
Cross-section of rack railway track.
signal at Volcán in 1926.
Branch A1--Curves along Rio Primero, 1911.
Train leaving tunnel on branch A1.
Train near Bialet Massé, 1947.
International train to Tucumán at Tilcara
Polvorilla Viaduct
Tafi Viejo Shops
Mixed train leaving Comodoro Rivadavia
Train leaving Puerto Deseado, 1922.
F.C. Belgrano:
Train No. 217 in curve on branch C14, January 1965.
Mixed train on branch C14, 1972.
Locomotive yard, Tucumán Norte, 1972.

Transandine Ry.

International train in 1904.
2-4-2T by Beyer Peacock with mixed train on rack section.
Pullman car train in 1926: on curve, at watering station, and taking water.
Section of track with Abt rack between Punta de Vacas and Puente del Inca, 1935.
Train on the way up, about 1960.
The Prince of Wales on his way up, 1925.

Photo credits: British Overseas Railways Historical Trust, S. Damus, Jahrbuch für Eisenbahngeschichte, Institution of Locomotive Engineers, Mitchell Library (Glasgow), R. L. Hills, Locomotive Magazine, O. S. Nock, John Poole, D. S. Purdom, Ralph Deakin, William Rögind, Stephenson Locomotive Society, R. H. Stones, The Railway Gazette, Baldwin Magazine. See also other sources.


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