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The 3 Terminal Stations of Retiro. Lines: Mitre, Belgrano Norte, and San Martín.



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San Martín Line (Buenos Aires):



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Buenos Aires from the new trains of the Mitre Line:


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From Chinatown (Belgrano R Station) to the San Fernando Station, from the Mitre Line, Buenos Aires:



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New prices and timetables service between Buenos Aires and Tucuman. They are 1,170 Km. (727 miles) and the trip takes 26 hours













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Bariloche: Railway Station





One of the main stations of the Tren Patagónico ("Patagonic Railway"), the Bariloche Station served in the past as one of the last stops from the train who came from Viedma, the city who was directly connect to Buenos Aires, in what was a trip who lasted almost a day. Built during the golden days of the rail network of Argentina, it currently stays operational.



























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