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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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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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Argentina: from Buenos Aires to Mar del Plata on train






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Mendoza: Metrotranvías






The Metrotranvía Mendoza (Spanish for Mendoza Light Rail or fast tramway) is a public light rail transport system for the city of Mendoza, Argentina, served by articulated light rail cars operating on newly relaid tracks in former-General San Martín Railway mainline right-of-way. The 12.5-kilometre (7.8 mi) line runs between Mendoza and General Gutierrez in Maipú, on 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 1⁄2 in) standard gauge double-track rail. The Metrotranvía of Mendoza serves the metropolitan area of Mendoza, which includes the departments of Las Heras, Central district, Godoy Cruz, Maipú and Luján de Cuyo. Service operates from 6:00 to 22:00. The line has been named the Línea Verde, or Green Line. The line operates on the right-hand side as its former U.S. light rail rolling stock is configured, in contrast to the left-handed operation of the majority of the Argentine railway network. .


























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Córdoba: Mitre Station





Currently managed by Trenes Argentinos ("Argentine Trains"), the history of the Mitre Station dates back to 1863, the year when the new railway line that would connect Rosario with Córdoba began to be built. In 1946, the route that passes through this station joins the Mitre Line. Nowadays, new services depart from it to the Sierras of the province and the city of Buenos Aires.






































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