Summary[ ]

English: Del Parque station of Buenos Aires Western Railway. The legend above said: "Ferrocarril del Oeste. El primero de la República Argentina. Inaugurado el 30 de Agosto de 1857.
Date 1857-1883 (the station was demolished in 1883)
Source Historia de la Literatura Argentina - Vol I [1]
Author Unknown

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References[ ]

  1. This book contains material from the Graphic Archive of the Nation, National Library, Institute of Argentine Literature of Facultad de Filosofía y Letras de Buenos Aires, National Historic Museum, El Día newspaper (La Plata), Argentine Society of Writers, Museum of Spanish Art "Enrique Larreta", Museo Gauchesco "Ricardo Güiraldes", Bartolomé Mitre Museum, Historic Museum of San Juan Province and private collections of Alejandro A. Storni, Enrique Banchs, María Elena Gaviola de Gálvez, Horacio Jorge Becco, Juan Carlos Griffin, Carlos Mastronardi, Sergio Provenzano, Norah Lange, Antonio Zamora, Julio F. Payró, María Elena Bravo de Quiroga, Luis Ordaz, Vicente Gesualdo and Adolfo de Obleta. Edited by Centro Editor de América Latina. Published on November 1968, Buenos Aires, Argentina.