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  1. Chepe - Ferocarril Chihuahua Pacifico passenger trains Details
    Travel on the Chepe Express and experience one of the most spectacular train journeys in the world. Over 9 hours, the train travels more than 350 km (220 miles) departing from Los Mochis, Sinaloa traveling to Creel, Chihuahua, a Magical Town (Pueblo Mágico) in the heart of the Sierra Tarahumara, passing through the Copper Canyons, a series of imposing canyons joining the states of Sinaloa and Chihuahua in the north of Mexico.

  2. Metro de Guadalajara passenger trains Details

  3. Metro de la Ciudad de MĂ©xico passenger trains Details
    Mexico City subway

  4. Guadalajara Metro Map passenger trains Details

  5. Monterrey Metro Map passenger trains Details

  6. Mexico City Metro Map passenger trains Details

  7. TVVL - Ferrovalle - Ferrocarril y Terminal del Valle de MĂ©xico freight trains Details
    The Ferrocarril y Terminal del Valle de MĂ©xico (Ferrovalle) is a company that operates railroads and terminals in and around Mexico City, the capital of Mexico. It is jointly owned by Kansas City Southern de Mexico, Ferromex and Ferrosur.

  8. KCSM - Kansas City Southern de MĂ©xico freight trains Details
    Kansas City Southern de México (KCSM), formerly Transportación Ferroviaria Mexicana (TFM), is the name of a company dedicated to freight transportation using rail in the northeastern part of Mexico. KCSM is fully owned and operated by Kansas City Southern, who owns its own fleet and the rights to operate and maintain a rail system through a concession from the Mexican government. The majority of the rail system spans from the Mexico City Valley to the United States border at Laredo, Texas; there are also tracks that connect to the port cities of Lázaro Cárdenas and Veracruz, giving Kansas City Southern de México a unique position because the railroad connects both the Gulf of Mexico coastline and the Mexican Pacific Coast to the Southern United States.

  9. LFCD - Linea Ferrocarril Coahuila Durango (Mexico) freight trains Details
    The Línea Coahuila Durango (reporting mark LFCD)[1] is a short-line railroad company operating between the states of Durango and Coahuila in Mexico. It was created as a freight railroad company when the Ferrocarriles Nacionales de Mexico was privatized between 1997 and 1998.[2] It started operations on 27 April 1998.[3] The concession to run the company was purchased by a joint venture including Altos Hornos de Mexico and Peñoles. Control of the company is now in the hands of Industrias Peñoles.

  10. FCCM - Ferrocarriles Chiapas-Mayab S.A. de C.V. freight trains Details
    The Ferrocarriles Chiapas-Mayab S.A. de C.V. (FCCM) is a regional carrier located within the Mexican states of Yucatán, Campeche, Chiapas, Tabasco, Veracruz and Oaxaca. Our 1,805-kilometre (1,000-mile) network of main and branch lines connects the important population and transportation centers of Mérida, Campeche and Coatzacoalcos along the coast of the Gulf of Mexico with Ixtepec, Tapachula and Ciudad Hidalgo at the border with Guatemala along the Pacific Coast. FCCM operates on 321 km (200 miles) of trackage rights between Coatzacoalcos and Salina Cruz, which allows us to connect traffic between the two routes.

  11. Ferromex - Ferrocarril Mexicano freight trains Details
    Ferromex (reporting mark FXE) (syllabic abbreviation of Ferrocarril Mexicano or "Mexican Railway") is a private rail consortium that operates the largest (by mileage) railway in Mexico with combined mileage (Ferromex + Ferrosur) of 7,500 miles (12,100 km) and is part of the North American Class I railroads.

  12. ARTF - Mexico Details
    Agencia Reguladora del Transporte Ferroviario

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