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This is supposedly where “trains go to die”.
There’s really not that many trains there, so I don’t know where the rest of them have gone...
It’s alright for a few photos, but not worth spending more than an hour here.
The train cemetery outside Uyuni is a collection of old (some 100+ years) train engines, cars, etc.
You’re free to walk around, climb on them, whatever you want.
The day we went it was snowing quite hard. Our salt flat tour guide didn’t give much...More
Just outside the town of Uyuni is a big open space filled with rusty old train locomotives, train cars and railroad parts. On a sunny day, it was kind of eerie against the backdrop of a blue sky. It made for some great pictures though....More
This place is very nice to visit, you will probably visit it before going to the Salar d’Uyuni. If you can try to get there before 10am as all the tours arrive there around 10:30am and there will be lots of people!
When going with a regular tour many jeeps stop at the same time. I had hope to shoot some nice pictures of the trains, as these are very great for photos, but on every wagon people climbed on them for selfies, which made it impossible...More
Not really special to visit, just a bunch of old train carriages. But all tours stop here, because this cemetary tells you something about the history of bolivia. The long single train rail that starts in uyuni and goes al the way to chili is...More
On our first day out of Uyuni, this was our first stop. The Actual Cemetery is just outside the town and a rather windswept place.
The trains have been totally stripped over the years but if nothing else provide a good venue for the taking...More
As I originally said, it's the train museum I'm interested in, not the train graveyard which I've visited three times already. The train museum is behind the railway station and can be clearly seen on google earth. It was... More
As I originally said, it's the train museum I'm interested in, not the train graveyard which I've visited three times already. The train museum is behind the railway station and can be clearly seen on google earth. It was opened in July 2016 but when I went there in January 2018 it was closed and nobody knew when it might open. It isn't advertised on things to do in Uyuni so I guess it had so few visitors that it closed down. Maybe it will be open the next time I'm in Uyuni.