In Arica, in the far north of Chile, two international railways converge, one from Tacna, in Peru, and the other from Bolivia. After years of inactivity, both are springing back to life, with an eye on the tourism market, reports Ian Thomson Newman.
Chilean State Railways, which operates commuter rail lines in Santiago, Valparaíso and Concepción, is expanding services in all three cities. Ian Thomson-Newman outlines the strategy.
CHILEAN State Railways (EFE) has revised its plans for the re-inauguration of freight services over the Chilean section of the Arica to La Paz Railway (FCALP).