Olivo Train – Mexico

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The Olivo Train was sent to make by the general Plutarco Elías Calles to the company Pullman, in Illinois, the United States. He arrived in Mexico City on May 2, 1927 and took his name from the color of his wagons: olive green. It was a means of transport but also a space where the leaders made official meetings, offered elegant banquets and signed important treaties. It was a “Presidential Residence” on rails.

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