The following info was sent to me: Picture 1 shows the locomotive Type 57 No 602, on the turntable of the engine house of Temuco. Temuco was one of the most important railway junctions in southern Chile, and was located on the southern trunk line, 1,676 meters long and a length of 1080 kilometers between the capital of Chile Santiago and the city of Puerto Montt. These steam locomotives wheel 2-6-0, were the most common in Chile with 114 copies, and were manufactured by North "British Locomotive Company Limited" of Scotland, "Henschel & Sohn" of Germany, and by two companies Chileans These locomotives were used for both freight and passenger trains, especially on secondary roads and branches. Specifically, locomotive No. 602, which we see in this photograph, was manufactured by the Chilean company "Society of Maestranzas y Galvanización" in 1913.