Station / Estación # 92: Barranca Del Muerto

Barranca Del Muerto translates as 'Ravine of the Dead.' The name comes from a ravine that used to exist in the area where corpses were reportedly thrown during the years of the Mexican Revolution. The station symbol of two eagles apparently is due to the presence of eagles in the area at this time, attracted... Continue Reading →

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Station / Estación # 91: Normal

'Era un jueves, un día gris, amenezaba lluvia.  Yo era uno más de los millares de jovenes mexicanos que habían aprendido a vivir con miedo a un aparato estatal que repremía, detenía, torturaba, desaparecía, asesinaba.' PACO IGNACIO TAIBO II, Escritor Einstein dijo 'locura es hacer lo mismo una y otra vez, esperando obtener resultados diferentes.'... Continue Reading →

Station / Estación # 90: Ferrería

Just in the last post for the station Niños Heroes I mentioned the claim of the cantina La Ribera to have the best 'cabrito' (young goat/kid) in Mexico. In the MCM Project visit to Ferrería, which features a cow head as its logo, I made closer acquaintance with the creature in question. 'Can I take... Continue Reading →

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