View Poll Results: Would you say Mexico has the most ambitios high speed long distance railroud project?

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Thread: Mexico's Metros, long distance trains and high speed trains.

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    The trains are not that bad looking at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arizmendi99 View Post
    The trains are not that bad looking at all.
    Ya todos sabemos que el DF se modernisa en transporte al construir la Linea 12 y el tren suburbano del Valle de Mexico.

    Aqui unas fotos de los transvias de Mexico DF en epocas recientes.
    1900 al 1950. 107 años de modernidad. Tercera Parte.




    La primera etapa del futuro Metro. 1950.








    Rumbo al Metro 1950.





    Rumbo al Metro y modernos transvias 1950-1999.
    Cuarta Parte.


    Transvias en la actualidad 1987-presente.





    Metro de la Ciudad de Mexico
    1960




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    1980


    1990


    1999



    Actualidad

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    Wow thanks for the update "Lord William".... I actually like the new colors of the current train on top, Silver and Orange scheme!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arizmendi99 View Post
    Wow thanks for the update "Lord William".... I actually like the new colors of the current train on top, Silver and Orange scheme!
    Yea me too.
    But I like the Blue one whit orange too, it's 100% Mexican build.

    See there is a difference Mexico City metro runs both rubber tired and steel trains, so the blue whit orange scheme is for the steel track and the silver and orange scheme is for the rubber tired tracks.

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    I've never really understood the difference between rubber/steel wheels. Can it be for the fact it's more cost effective to use rubber as opposed steel? Or vice versa?

    As far as the green/silver train, what kind of wheels does it have?

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