Quetzalcoal

Back in the day, when coal was a profitable business for exportation, this loading dock could hold over 400 metric tons of the black substance.

Standard trains discharged from the top rails, and the actual ship loading was made through other wagons running under the domed tunels underneath.

There is a limbo for abandonements, and it’s called slight-museization.
Some explanatory posters and places to sit, but you don’t have to actually care for it or it’s surroundings like with a real museum.
Don’t get me wrong, there’s a decent amount of money poured into this coal loading dock preservation, however, as of now it lies in a bad state of disrepair.

And now, fuck off!
XD

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