The Railway Square is an oasis in the hustle and bustle of Havana city centre. This is the place to go if you're interested in old American cars – now used as group taxis for the Cubans. We have no idea why this place is dedicated to the surveyors and named after them "Parque de los Agrimensores". Anyway, part of the square was cordoned off in 2006. Rusty steam engines have been waiting there ever since to be renovated and put on display in a steam locomotive museum.

For nearly ten years Kristo has been busy documenting the metamorphosis of the square to the actual open-air museum.

More about Cuban steam locomotives (locomotive number 1112, 1122, 1138, 1180, 1205 and 1403): 

And here are two articles related to the steam locomotive museum:
Habana Radio: Antiguo Parque del Agrimensor o del Arsenal

Cubadebate: Construyen en capital cubana museo de locomotoras antiguas