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  1. I have a few pics of trains in my country, all of them taken in 2006. The majority of this trains have the origins in Spain (UT-440R, UTS-444 and TLD-593) and one japanese train, the AEZ, now enjoy this pictures :) UT-440R used in Metrotren services (Alameda - Rancagua - San Fernando) UTS-444 used in limited express services called Terrasur (Alameda - Rancagua - Talca - Chillán) TLD-593 (diesel train) used in 2006 in regional services from city of Victoria to Temuco and Puerto Montt in the south zone of Chile, now this trains are used in local services from Victoria to Temuco. And one of the japanese trains most iconics for me, the AEZ, in 2006 was used in long distance services from Alameda to Concepción and Talcahuano, now this train is not used more and this service disappeared. Alameda Station is the official name corresponding to train station in Santiago de Chile. Another common name is Estación Central (Central Station)
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