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The Sierra Madre Express

Listed under Train Journeys in Dallas, United States.

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Forging a dramatic path through the heart of Northern Mexico to, the Sierra Madre Express offers its passengers a nostalgic trip aboard restored 1940s trains. It runs through the Sonoran desert, with its giant cacti, specialized wildlife and intense colours, and then rises up into the mountains, curving between peaks to reach the legendary copper canyon.

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