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Certainly it appears that operations have resumed in 2012 (see below and also Richard Wallace's November 2012 report, 17th December 2012) La Trochita's own website is now the timetable is here
The latter has contact email addresses for operations at both ends of the line.
I have now added two press releases and more pictures on progress from June and August 2015 (updated 14th September 2015).
119 has now been successfully steamed and has gone home where it will undergo more testing before entering service. v=Sz6Nj Qrw5XQ is now available (3rd November 2015).
Congratulations to Gabriel Asenjo of G&G and Shaun Mc Mahon as part of INTI for all the hard work they have put in to get this project so far in a relatively short time. Local magazine Tren Rodante ( - link found broken on 27th October 2017) had an article in edition 202 which covers this, but also an illustrated historical (Spanish language) article on RFIRT (3rd November 2015).
A further November press release has now appeared (27th November 2015), followed by news up till the end of the year (13th February 2015)..
Shaun Mc Mahon is reported to be working on the project which will see 116 (actually 107) and then 119 returned to service.
It seems that tourist steam may start to operate at Rio Turbio (11th March 2004).Hugh Odom's site has additional news on developments (5th June 2005).Martyn Bane's site also contains an August 2006 press release dead by April 2015) which confirms that big things are afoot in the south of the country (added 25th August 2006).Click here for more information (link added 2nd October 2000).This is a 500mm gauge (narrow gauge or miniature according to your point of view) running out of Ushuaia into a national park in the deep south of the country - it carries large numbers of tourists many of whom arrive in cruise liners. Jack Neville sent a report of a November 2014 visit (23rd December 2014) Currently it has 3 steam locomotives on the roster: For some time Shaun Mc Mahon was chief engineer here and as such was involved in ensuring that the steam locomotives were modified to reflect best 'modern' practice as far as was practical.