It is a centennial building of the Mexican Central Railroad, built in the late nineteenth century. The transformations in the work of the railway system provoked its disuse and abandonment. Due to its historical and aesthetic value as an example of the state’s railway architecture, today it stands proudly as a space for culture and education.
The round houses provided maintenance, provisioning, inspection, accommodation and minor repairs to locomotives and it was possible for a worker to turn with his own force, the vehicle seated on a section of track, whose total weight was several tons.
This space offers exhibits of itinerant collections of world-renowned artists, enriching the cultural life of the Chihuahuan community.