This old book which is part of the late Chris Walker's collection contains blueprints of locomotives, carriages, and wagons in use in Bolivia at the time, many of which appear below.
Above : FCAB 0-6-2+0-6-2 Meyer numbers 51-56 built by Beyer Peacock in 1913, works numbers 5617-5622. These were renumbered 451-456 in 1928 but none survived to receive ENFE numbers in 1965..
Above : FCAB 2-8-0 numbers 61-65 built by Henschel in 1922, works numbers 18305-18309. These were renumbered 361-365 in 1928 but none survived to receive ENFE numbers in 1965..
Above : FCAB 2-8-0 numbers 1-8 built by Alco in two batches the first in 1906, works numbers 41130-41133; and the second slightly enlarged version in 1909, works numbers 44424-44427. These were renumbered 401-408 in 1928 and by ENFE in 1965, numbers 12748-613.
Above : FCAB 4-6-2 numbers 33-36 built by Henschel in 1914, works numbers 12748-12751. These were renumbered 333-336 in 1928 and by ENFE in 1965, numbers 756, 751-753.
Above : FCAB 2-8-0 numbers 57-60 built by Henschel in 1914, works numbers 12544-12547. These were renumbered 357-360 in 1928 and by ENFE in 1965, numbers 614-617.
Above : FCAB 2-8-4T numbers 101-102 built by Hunslet in 1912, works numbers 1102-1103. These were renumbered 409-410 in 1928 and by ENFE in 1965, numbers 551-552.
Above : FCAB 2-8-2 numbers 601-602 built by Kitson in 1912, works numbers 4860-4861. These were renumbered 409-410 in 1928 but none survived to receive ENFE numbers in 1965.
Above : FCAB 2-6-0T+T numbers 71-84 built by Baldwin in 1889/90, with non sequential works numbers, for the Huanchaca Company during the period when they sold the railway to FCAB but carried on operating it. Most were nevered converted to metre gauge but 301 & 302 were the numbers allocated to numbers 84 (BLW 9859/1889) & 79 (BLW 11436/1890) after their conversion to metre gauge. Both were withdrawn before the 1928 renumbering scheme.
Above : FCAB 2-4-2 number 351 built by Baldwin in 1886, works number 8215 for the Huanchaca Company as their number 20. She did not survive to receive an ENFE number in 1965.
Below : The last two blueprints are gradient profiles of the San Pedro to Cochabamba line and that from Rio Mulato to Potosi.