COME COME COME… SO YOU SEE HOW THE TRAIN GOES
WHEN WALKING INTO THE SURVEYOR PARK (ARSENAL STREET AND BELGIUM AVENUE) YOU HAVE TO STOP AND TAKE A LOOK AT THE CENTENARIAN STEAM LOCOMOTIVES, WHICH DATE BACK TO THE 1878-1925 AND HAVE BEEN RESTORED BY HAVANA CITY’S
Parked near one of the wall fragments that can still be seen within the city’s historic core, right in front of the Central Train Station, they are in line with the tradition shown by the city, in a perfect environment for this outdoor museum. La Maquinaria 1 stands out with a popular seal as a Tribute Monument to Van Van —an orchestra known as The Train of Cuban Music—. It was created by sculptor Lesmer Larroza, back in 2016, on car Nº 1816, which was made by Alco in 1919, in the United States, and used
at Havana province’s Toledo sugar mill.