The body of the train is balsa and the train itself is off the Junior General site. Printed off the train, cut out and glued onto a block of balsa. The flat-car got the same treatment. The explosives boxes are balsa off-cuts painted red for danger. The wavy flag gives the impression of movement. In my mind at least.
As I said earlier I haven't written any rules for train movement so the orthogonally laid track may revert to right angles. In the photos below Los Federales have yet to spring any mines to derail the onrushing loco. Similarly the train crew's morale hasn't failed yet and even if they did abandon would the loco have enough power to crash home? Or would the loco fail an initiative/activation test? Or are initiative and activation immaterial to a loco at full tilt? So many questions for me to wrestle with over the weekend. While I'm doing that have a look at these staged-for-the press pictures:
Don't worry, Pepe, it's only a model
La Maquina Loca