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We all know what it means when someone says “choo-chu.” Sometimes, it's one of the first expressions a child can say. It's just that in childhood games there's never a lack of trains and locomotives . We fought with our friends to decide who would handle them and who would be the passenger. So we would put on the first hat we could find and pretend to be drivers who shouted, “Everyone on board! ”. That was the beginning of an adventure that took us to the most pleasant and crazy trips . It must be the same passion that led Alberto to to undertake a tender project so that the little ones could experience .
His fascination arose during his first years of life, while he lived in the town of Las Marías . His house was located behind tracks that allowed him to watch the railways regularly. But then he had to move to another city called Governor Virasoro , which gave him a big surprise. This time his home was 100 meters away from the tracks again, so he was able to rediscover his fanaticism . So, every time he listened to the whistle, he went out excited to enjoy what was a great moment for him.
Therefore, we could say that his greatest memories have to do with this mode of transport . It is that it represents an inherited profession that always carried in the blood , because his grandfather was a railroad . In view of this, Alberto reported that his longing since a young age was to have a small-scale train . However, they were too expensive to be able to buy them. A situation that could be reversed only in 2013 , at the age of 36. That's when he decided to take momentum and set up his own little trait to walk the kids.
From there, a hobby became a contribution to the happiness of the community . Man began to manufacture small models that feature all the details of the real big railway machines . In addition, it makes them ride on handcrafted miniature railway circuits . Four years from that time, he was authorized to use his creations in Plaza Libertad in the town of Virasoro. Everything is possible thanks to the garment workshop that he installed in his house especially to be able to carry out the project. Where cars and electric locomotives were coming out and exploding.
The idea was launched as a hobby . In fact, he does not receive any remuneration in return , nor does he rent the machines. All the materials and tools you use for manufacturing are on your own. It happens that the man is also engaged in other activities, which are profitable for him, such as owning a local radio. However, his pride is concentrated in the project he carries out with trains . He defines it as something unique , because in Argentina there is no other person engaged in large-scale manufacturing. Which is why, according to him, he draws a lot of attention.
Over time, Alberto joined several Facebook groups with people who did the same or belonged to the railway industry. So, little by little, his work began to become known and many people contacted him to order his creations for different parts of the country . Some of them were Buenos Aires, Santiago del Estero, Santa Fe and even Mexico . Now, the question that interests us most is, will there be little place for the big ones?
Publication Date: 01/10/2020
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