The International Steam Pages
Stationary Steam in Cuba
I was able to visit one or two mills in Cuba in 2001 (RD), but circumstances did not allow me to take any photographs.
Ray Gardiner (his pictures unless otherwise stated), Chris Hart and Alan Murray Rust have provided a glimpse of mill engines, unfortunately the mills were closed during his visits (which is probably why he was able to take pictures):
Click here for 2002 pictures from several mills.
Click here for Ray's picture of a steam winch at Australia Mill.
Click here for Ray's page of preserved steam fire engines in Cuba (4th March 2012).
Click here for the Stationary Steam in the Americas page.
Neil Smith has sent these pictures from Esteban Hernandez Mill while it was still operational. They don't show much detail but they give a marvellous feel for the atmosphere: Two are Corliss engines.
Marcelo Salado (25th April 2002)
Sergio Gonzalez (14th April 2002)
Patria O Muerte (First is a Hamilton, the other two Fultons), when working the Hamilton (Corliss) engines sound most strange.