TRAINS UNLIMITED, TOURS, BRAZILIAN PHOTO ARCHIVE
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TRAINS UNLIMITED, TOURS
BRAZILIAN PHOTO ARCHIVE

Hosted by S. Berliner, III

IMAGE-INTENSIVE PAGE!


Electric, Diesel, and Steam
Locomotive, Railcar,
and "Critters" Photos

from the Collection of

TRAINS & TRAVEL INTERNATIONAL
[formerly TRAINS UNLIMITED, TOURS]
of Portola, California

The Trains & Travel International Website URL is:
http://traintrips.biz


SITE INDEX:

TRAINS UNLIMITED, TOURS Photo Archive Main page.
  ARGENTINA
  BOLIVIA
  BRAZIL (this page)
  CHILE
  ECUADOR
  PERU
  el SALVADOR



note These Trains & Travel/Trains Unlimited Tours archival pages are now CLOSED; they will not normally be updated.
See the Trains & Travel International website for current offerings and photographs.   new (22 Oct 2016)



This site is dedicated to preserving and promulgating a wide variety of photographs of boxcab oil-electric, diesel, and electric locomotives, other types of locomotives, including steam, and railcars, and "Critters" (odd rail equipment) from the collection (and reproduced through the kind permission and cooperation) of:

Trains Unltd, Tours Logo
Logo by permission and © 2000 - Trains Unlimited, Tours - all rights reserved

TRAINS UNLIMITED, TOURS
P. O. Box 1997
Portola, California  96122 (USA)

530-836-1745
TOLL FREE USA:  1-800-359-4870
TOLL FREE CANADA:  1-800-752-1836

e-mail:  info@trainsunltdtours.com

"Operating Rail Adventures Since 1985"

TRAINS UNLIMITED, TOURS operates rail tours in North (U.S., Canada, and Mexico), Central, and South America, Cuba, Russia, and China, on standard and narrow gauge trackage through some incredibly dramatic countryside.


The photographs which follow are representative of the equipment seen (or to be seen) on tours of Central and South America organized and directed by TRAINS UNLIMITED, TOURS.

They are not yet captioned nor further identified other than as made available by TRAINS UNLIMITED, TOURS or contributions from sharp-eyed and knowledgeable viewers or by the Webmaster.

All images herein, unless otherwise noted, are courtesy of TRAINS UNLIMITED, TOURS - all rights reserved.

{Certain scanned images from TU,T prints were so dark that they were lightened
artificially to show some detail (suffix "lt").  Others were marked with an ink
that was not permanent and offset onto the front of the facing photograph, which was
altered to minimize the visual impact of the offset lettering (suffix "al").
The keyed identifications below these images are so noted.}

Photographs identifed as "thumbnails" are in fact low-resolution copies of the larger (in some cases, VERY much larger) originals, to speed loading, not to save page space.


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All images herein, unless otherwise noted, are courtesy of TRAINS UNLIMITED, TOURS - all rights reserved.



For more oddball rail equipment see the Webmaster's Odder Boxcabs and related weird equipment on his Rail-Auto page.

If you like electric boxcabs, Clint Chamberlin has a whole page full!  Also, there was a great feature on the twilight of "The King of the Rails", the Milwaukee Road's huge GE E-34, E-50a, and E-74 in the July 1973 TRAINS, pp. 29-38; quite literally the "End of Wire".


SITE INDEX:

TRAINS UNLIMITED, TOURS Photo Archive Main page.
  ARGENTINA
  BOLIVIA
  BRAZIL (this page)
  CHILE
  ECUADOR
  PERU
  el SALVADOR


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S. Berliner, III
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Technical and Historical Writer, Oral Historian
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To tour the Trains Unlimited, Tours pages in sequence, the arrows take you from the main page to the first Latin American page (one, Argentina), and on, alphabetically,
to the final Latin American page (el Salvador), then the USA, and Canada.



All images herein, unless otherwise noted, are © Copyright TRAINS UNLIMITED, TOURS.

Balance © Copyright S. Berliner, III - 2002, 2016 - All rights reserved.


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