An horrible photo (I couldn't do better) but I post it because of the very interesting subject.
This morning the empties train passed at the usual place at the back of the market being hauled by 533 and 1024 (the last one not in perfect condition).
533 is an EMD GR12 built in 1965 as #33 for the Cerro de Pasco mining company that owned the railroad between the omonym town and La Oroya where it connects with the Ferrocarril Central.
In 1974 the firm was nationalised as Centromin and, when re-privatized, the line and part of the rolling stock were absorbed by FCCA (a sister loco is 801, with a modified cab).
From the images that I've seen, 533 has been nearly ever used on its native place, mainly for shunting, and indeed, along my time here, I saw it only another time, shunting at the back of Patio Central, but it was around midnight so this is the first shot to this machine.
A rare piece.
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