Rusted Glory



At the outskirts of this small city known for the world’s largest salt flat lie over a hundred rusty brown skeletons of trains in what was once an early 20th century transporta­tion hub. As mining resources dried up and the economy of this town declined, the metal train carcasses were left for the salty breezes to chip away.

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