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DEVIL'S NOSE ROUTE TO BE CLOSED FOR MAINTENANCE BEGINNING MONDAY - February 24, 2010

El Comercio newspaper reported that Sunday will be the last train on the Alausí to Devil's nose route. Maintenance is to begin on March 4, 2010 and it is expected to reopen in six-months. The stretch of track is 13.5 km. However, trains also known as autoferros will operate from Riobamba to Palmira which is 74.5 km long. No prices have been established yet.

source: wire reports

       

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