National Geographic : 1943 Mar
Bolivia-Tin Roof of the Andes © National Geographic Society iodlacllromle by lennlo Jacobs fromll Tllree Lions World Demand for Tinned Food Built This Road, Writhing Like a Golden Serpent Since the fall of Malaya, Bolivia has become the tin arsenal of Democracy. United States capital developed this highway to connect the Caracoles tin mines with rail at Eucaliptus. Here it skirts a small mine and rides the shore of a lake dammed for power. Bolivia lacks good motor roads. Indians still use Inca trails.