The holidays are here and it is time for a train to drop out of the sky.
In Mexico, train travel has become a big business, with trains that are just a few hours away from any given station dropping in and out of service almost daily.
It’s a huge opportunity for the country to expand and grow its train network.
Mexico has a long and storied history of expanding and growing its rail network.
The first train to pass through the state of Michoacan was a steamship from the Spanish city of Cadiz.
The first transcontinental railroad was built between Mexico City and San Juan in 1846.
A century later, the Mexican National Railroad was built to link Mexico City with the rest of the country.
A railroad network like this is a very big business in Mexico, with hundreds of train companies operating in the country and in the United States.
In 2016, the train companies made nearly $6 billion in profit.
In 2016, train traffic in Mexico was more than seven times the national average.
That translates to about 3.3 million people on trains and the number of passengers is expected to grow by more than half.
The most important part of the business is the trains, which are able to reach people far away with ease.
The train companies employ around 10,000 people in the entire country and are very profitable.
They are in the process of building a new line from the city of Ciudad Juarez to Tijuana, which is due to open in 2021.
Mexico’s railroads are one of the fastest growing in the world and their network is expanding every year.
In the coming months, we will be taking a look at train travel in Mexico in our annual ranking of the top train stations.
We will be breaking down train travel between the country’s largest cities, along with the main routes between those cities.