Last weekend I had a very quick 2-day trip to my original hometown of Durango after about 3 years of not visiting. Unfortunately, due to that time constraint I wasn’t able to visit those beautiful landscapes and adventures the State offers and I’m so looking forward to explore (to get a peak of those places, check out my uncle @jorge_salum’s awesome photos), but I did get to stop at some places in the city to snap at least a couple of shots.
This city is almost half-a-Millenium old, and as such it has seen a lot of history. It’s actually the city in the North of Mexico with more registered historical buildings, which stand proud and beautiful as witnesses of the passing time.
This train station took about 6 years to build before it opened in 1925, and is so beautifully conserved (as most historical buildings here) it’s been casted as location for a couple of hollywood movies. Its day job, though, is being the workplace for a government institution, but it can be visited to enjoy its construction and the cool mural inside, and for a good eat at the restaurant next to it.
Photo taken at: Antigua Estación De Ferrocarril, Durango