Railway Archeology: Leguizamón

_mg_0773Leguizamón, Córdoba Province, Argentina is an unreal world where the landscapes that the visitor finds are more typical of the imagination of a surrealist painter than the work and whim of nature. In the immense expanse of field you can not see its 53 inhabitants, only imposing trains, dominating the landscape.

Nowadays, the rusty profiles of all those trains remain challenging to the climate, like a museum of the past or like empty continents for the memory of all the stories that were lived and told in its interior. On windy days, the wind blows through the rickety orifices, whistling back to the machines, which perhaps have not yet realized that they will never reach the next station.

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