Trenes Especiales Argentinos

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A basic map of the train service provided by Trenes Especiales Argentinos (not all stations shown)

Trenes Especiales Argentinos (TEA) (English: Special Argentine Trains) was a private railway company in Argentina set up during railway privatisation from 1991.

From its base at Federico Lacroze Station in Buenos Aires, TEA operates long-distance passenger rail services into northern Argentina to the city of Posadas in Misiones Province on the border with Paraguay. Trains stop at multiple locations along the way including, but not limited to, Zárate in Buenos Aires Province, Basavilbaso and Villaguay in Entre Ríos Province, Monte Caseros and Santo Tomé in Corrientes Province, and numerous points between. The total journey lasts approximately twenty-six hours. Trains depart twice weekly in each direction.

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