History of the Copper Canyon Train
This railroad marvel took almost 90 years and 90 million dollars to complete. The Copper Canyon railway is a stunning piece of engineering achievement. Opened after decades of construction in 1961, the railway was designed to connect the Pacific Ocean with Mexico’s central desert territory and Chihuahua.
- The route is a major freight connection between Chihuahua and the coast.
- It is a pleasure to dine in the dining car freshly decorated with the same elegant upholstery and carpet as the passenger cars.
- The Copper Canyon line is over 390 miles in length and crosses 39 bridges and 86 tunnels.
- The First Class Express train makes 7 stops before its final destination
Axis Y: MASL (Metres Above Sea Level)