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Copper Canyon (El Chepe) train arrives at Divisadero station along...

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Caption: Copper Canyon (El Chepe) train arrives at Divisadero station along the Copper Canyon route in Mexico.
Location: Copper Canyon, Mexico
Copyright: © Yvette Cardozo
Photographer Code: COPPER_1195A
AGPix ID: AGPix_Cardozo_0519
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Comments: Copper Canyon (El Chepe) train arrives at Divisadero station along the Copper Canyon route in Mexico. This 941 km (584 mile) long train route took 90 years to complete through some of the most rugged terrain in the western hemisphere. It spans 86 tunnels and 37 bridges and was finished in 1961 only after five separate private companies and the Mexican government built sections of it. Copper Canyon is one of a half dozen huge connected canyons in the Sierra Madre of Mexico that form the Americas' largest canyon system.

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