Centro de Interpretacion Ferroviario Vagues, San Antonio de Areco

(2.9/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web)
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  • The Museum opens only the purposes of week, in Schedule cut. The place itself is cute, but the person who is usually in charge of the same was on vacation, so there was no guide. There are only two rooms, which explains the history of the train which passed through this area and the railway in general. The material is educational but lacks maintenance. Accessible on foot or by bike from Areco rather easily.
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  • It hurts the neglect and abandonment of what was once a railway station! Not worth going the km to die of sorrow!
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  • We arrived. There is silence and stillness in the torrid NAP of the pampa. Come to our meeting bored dogs, stretch it. Behind a desk, a lady from another time we receive, while away for a few moments the look of your crochet. The radio sounds hardly, macilenta. Explains that it is a Museum, which is the original construction, we can let our voluntary leaving collaboration. Inside, some mounts with a another picture of a time that was. Two rooms with objects of the railway. Years of disappointment condensates as deteriorating. I can't feel nostalgic. I feel pain. The train was progress and strength. Today there are only ghosts, abandonment, misery. I don't know what is called "interpretation". It is an old abandoned station, which reminds us all that failed to keep. What have gone?
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