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El Chepe, traversing the Copper Canyon, it is one of the worlds most spectacular train journeys crossing the high Sierra Madre mountains of Mexico. This short film is the journey from Los Mochis (on the East coast) to Creel high in the mountains, home of the Tarahumara Indians and includes a tour around Creel. Note Settings, play at 1080iHD Feel free to check out my other travel videos by clicking on my name above or this URL: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3OIqjId-clRqVttfeBLkxA
The Aerotrén was opened in 2007 connecting Terminal's 1 and 2 of the Mexico City International Airport. The Aerotrén is made by DCC Doppelmayr Cable Car and is a single track shuttle train with only one train providing service approximately every 12 minutes. Aeropuerto Internacional de la Ciudad de México
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One of the latest trains in México City. This train delivers flour, gasoline, and some raw materials for a few Polanco area industries (Elizondo, as example) This video was recorded in agust 7, 2013.
Mexico to Begin Bullet Train Construction Next Year
A new rail line connecting some of the most popular tourism destinations in Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula could begin construction as early as next year. According to senator-elect José Luis Pech Várguez of Quintana Roo, the new line, which is expected to cost 100 billion pesos ($5.2 billion U.S.), will begin construction in 2019 and should take about six years to fully complete. The train line, which is being designed to bring visitors to the northern part of the peninsula further south, while als...
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