Restored former railway station , Caldera , Region III , Chile
The railway from Copiapó to Caldera was the first railway built in Chile. The entire route was officially opened on 25th December 1851, though sections started operating a year earlier. The "Copiapó" was built in 1850 by Norris Brothers in Philadelphia, USA. It is now on display at the Universidad de Atacama / Atacama University.
Photograph ID: Caldera2010D61
Photo © James Brunker, Magical Andes Photography 2010
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Photograph size: 21.2 Mpixels (60.6 MB uncompressed) - 5637x3758 pixels (18.7x12.5 in / 47.7x31.8 cm at 300 ppi)
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