Meet Guillermo Garza Galindo, one of the great railroad artists of México and the world. "Memo," which is the nickname his friends have given to Guillermo, has an extraordinary career. As painter and as railfan, Memo started young, supported by his father who was also a railfan. Here in his house, in México, D.F., in January 1999, he posses with three of his works. One of the pictures is of the famous narrow-gauge articulated HR-01-class 2-6+6-2, built by Alco at Schenectady between 1928 and 1936, which served both the Ferrocarril Nacional Mexicano and the Ferrocarril Interoceánico.

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