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Guatemala Railroads

 

Compania Agricola de Guatemala

602, 1200HP, was built by General Electric in February 1950, #30150, as International Railway of Central America 602.  It was trasferred as CAG 602..


Guatemala Central Ry.

3 was built by Baldwin in August 1876, #3672, as Santa Cruz RR 3 "Jupiter".  It was sold as Guatemala Central RR 3 in February 1885 and became Guatemala Ry 61 in 1904.  It became International Rys of Central America 84 in 1928 and sold to O Roy Chalk in April 1964 for use in a park in Washington, DC.  It was donated to Smithsonian Institution in November 1974.  The restoration is not too accurate.

23 was built by Baldwin in July 1904, #24471.  It became FEGUA 80 in 1904 and became IRCA 79 in 1928.

27 was built by Baldwin in September 1910, #35273.  It became FEGUA 84 and became IRCA 99 in 1928.


Ferrocarril de Guatemala

31 was built by Baldwin in May 1897, #15337, as Central de El Salvador 2.  It became FEGUA 31 and became International Railway of Central America 34 in 1928.  It was retired in 1997 and was to be sold to Spain.  Instead it was placed at the Museuo de Ferricarril in 2004.

61 was built by Baldwin in August 1876, #3672, as Santa Cruz RR 3 "Jupiter".  It was sold as Guatemala Central RR 3 in February 1885 and became FEGUA 61 in 1904.  It became International Rys of Central America 84 in 1928 and sold to O Roy Chalk in April 1964 for use in a park in Washington, DC.  It was donated to Smithsonian Institution in November 1974.  The restoration is not too accurate.

80 was built by Baldwin in July 1904, #24471, as Guatemala Central Ry 23.  It became Guatemala Ry 80 in 1904 and became International Railway of Central America 79 in 1928.

84 was built by Baldwin in September 1910, #35273, as GCRy 27.  It became Guatemala Ry 84 and became IRCA 99 in 1928.

102 was built by Baldwin in January 1925, 58164.  It became IRCA 116 in 1928.

110 was built by Baldwin in April 1926, #59129.  It became IRCA 124 in 1928.


International Railways of Central America

Compania Agricola de United Fruit

This line also ran in El Salvador. 

 

 

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