This train station building depicted on the label, was once the last train stop before travelers from Santiago, reached the Pacific Ocean.
Once a train station on the line from Santiago to the coast. In 1983, this building was burnt by an accidental fire. Despite of this, the blue Leyda building was a historic passage point on the way to Chile’s scenic coastal region. The word Leyda has also come to mean ‘the way’ in local parlance.
This train station building depicted on the label was once the last train stop before travelers from Santiago reached the Pacific Ocean. It became both a landmark, and a saying (a close homonym in Spanish of “la ida”, meaning “going”), depicting their way to the coast.