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I have now added two press releases and more pictures on progress from June and August 2015 (updated 14th September 2015).
119 has now been successfully steamed and has gone home where it will undergo more testing before entering service. v=Sz6Nj Qrw5XQ is now available (3rd November 2015).
Chris has now (15th December 2005) send me the 2006 timetable too.
Martin Coombs has his own site covering the 'Railways of the Far South' (2nd December 2002) including information on several present and former narrow gauge railways.
Thanks to Hans Schaefer for tipping me off on this one (19th July 2012). Getting up-to-date information on the Esquel operation has never been easy, but Chris Lewis has emailed me the current (early 2005) schedule.
David Thornhill points out that the UK's Railway Gazette reported an allocation of just over GBP 1 million to renovate the line, welcome, but realistically this is small beer for such a long line (18th October 2007). I have made this available as a PDF file (15th December 2004).
Congratulations to Gabriel Asenjo of G&G and Shaun Mc Mahon as part of INTI for all the hard work they have put in to get this project so far in a relatively short time. Local magazine Tren Rodante ( - link found broken on 27th October 2017) had an article in edition 202 which covers this, but also an illustrated historical (Spanish language) article on RFIRT (3rd November 2015).
A further November press release has now appeared (27th November 2015), followed by news up till the end of the year (13th February 2015)..
Yard shunting will have lasted rather longer and several enthusiast groups have since run steam charters on stretches of the line.As a development of the news about the Rio Turbio system in the two paragraphs that follow (7th September 2004), Locomotives International 71 carried a report - since confirmed by other correspondents - that the railway is considering reintroducing steam power owing to the soaring cost of diesel and the poor condition of their locomotives.The country is in a poor economic state and conventional alternatives like buying newer, more fuel efficient diesels is not an option.Hugh Odom's site has additional news on developments (5th June 2005).Martyn Bane's site also contains an August 2006 press release dead by April 2015) which confirms that big things are afoot in the south of the country (added 25th August 2006).
Check out the English language version of their website, some basic information is also available on this site. Articles on this have appeared from time to time and are best accessed via the 'Modern Steam Index Page' on this site, although you can access some of the key ones directly as follows: The railway is under threat again as the provincial government announced a 'temporary closure' following a strike by railway workers (