San Andres de Giles Train Station

This is the train station of San Andres de Giles a small town in the province of Buenos Aires.The area is rural with small houses and most of the people work in agricultural activities.

The station and some hangars can be seen in this panorama.

Copyright: Luis argerich
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 7500x3750
Uploaded: 30/03/2009
Updated: 17/08/2013


Tags: san andres; san andres de giles; argentina; buenos aires; rural; train station; station; train; countryside
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