- Primer puente a la Barranca infiernillo
This photograph was taken by Abel Briquet. In this photograph, a completed railroad is present. This railroad appears to be coming out of a tunnel along a hilly region. One can see a clear section of the railroad, which serves as a bridge along a hilly region. This image was taken in Veracruz-Llave, Mexico. From the environment of the image, we can deduce that this railroad could be along a canyon or a mountain of some kind. The title of the photo reaffirms this deduction. Primer Puente a la Barranca infiernillo is translated to first bridge to “Little Hell” Canyon. From the title, we can also deduce that the railroad in the photo is the first section of a long railroad along the canyon. It can also be deduced that Mexican workers clearly made this railroad. How was this railroad made in such a dangerous location? How safe can this railroad itself be? Where does this railroad lead to and what is its purpose?