The South Australian Railways I Class Locomotive entered service with the South Australian Railways on the 9th of December 1910 as No. 161. This locomotive was a product of Beyer and Company in 1888, it was imported to Victoria, Australia, it worked the start of its life on a private railway in Victoria it was sent to contractors "Waring and Rawdon" in 1903. This locomotive was used on reclamation and development work at Outer Harbour, South Australia. After its private work years it was handed to the South Australian Government from the Engineer-in-Chief's Department. On the 9th of December 1910 it entered service on the South Australian Railways as No. 161. Between 1918-1919 it was classified "I" and worked until the 8th of April 1929, from which it was Condemned. I class locomotive No. 161 was cut up on the 10th of May 1930
The municipal districts of San Salvador, the capital city of El Salvador, are delimited by the Acelhuate River on the east, the San Jacinto Hill on the south east, the lower highlands of the Balsam Range on the South, El Picacho Mountain and the Bicentennial Park on the West, North by the San Antonio River. The municipality is further subdivided into Districts governed by the municipal mayor and by a district board. There are seven districts in districts 1-6 and the Historic Downtown. District 1 has a total population of 118,325 as of 2009; the population is made up by 63,895 females and 54,430 males, giving the District a gender ratio of 1.17:1. The district is limited by the municipalities of Mejicanos, Cuscatancingo on the north, by the Alameda Juan Pablo II on the south, on the east by the municipalities of Soyapango and Ciudad Delgado, on the west by 25th Avenue North and 29th Street West; the District office is located on 2nd Avenue 23rd Street East. District 1 is home to the El Salvador National University, the largest and only public university in the country, with campuses in San Salvador, in other important cities in the country such as Santa Ana, San Miguel.
District 1 is the home of the government center, home to the Ministry of Education, Ministry of Economy, Ministry of Governing, The Salvadorian Central Reserve, The Republic’s General Attorney, The Supreme Court, the Legislative Assembly and the Public Employee Pension Committee. Although all of the government offices are located in District One, the presidential palace is located in District 3, the Presidential Residence is in District 3; the National Sports Arena is located in District 1 as well. It is home to some of the oldest San Salvador neighborhoods, such as Colonia La Rabida, Colonia Magaña, Colonia Layco, others; these neighborhoods were occupied by the upper middle class, but with the passage of time and the growth of the city, they are today lower middle class. District 1 is home to the Colonia Medica or the Medical Borough, the largest center in the country for hospitals and access to doctors. District 2 has a total population of 120,475 inhabitants as of 2009, making it the most populated District in San Salvador.
It covers a total area of 11.16 square kilometers. The municipality is limited by, Mejicanos at north, La Mascota Creek, The Alameda Manuel Enrique Araujo on the south, 25th Avenue North on the East, West by the Picacho Hill; the district was started at the Colonia Flor Blanca and the Construction of the Metrocentro Mall in 1968, it was not until the late 1970s when development there began in earnest. During its urbanization the district was intended to be the focal point for modernization in the municipality. Development was halted due to the civil war of the 80s, but began again as soon as the war ended in the early 90s. Today District 2 ranks as the second most important financial district of the city, is home to middle class residential neighborhoods; the district is home to one of the largest financial centers, the CFG, made up of two towers and four business buildings. Major occupants of the CFG building include Tigo, Telefónica, RED, Banco Azteca, Stream Global Services, the Israeli Embassy.
District 2 is famously home to Metrocentro, the largest shopping mall in Central America, with a total of 190,000 square meters of space, an average of 1.8 million monthly visitors, with a peak of an average 2.4 million visitors in December. The Metrocentro mall was remodeled in August 2012, there are expansion plans for the first semester of 2013. District 2 is home to Plaza Las Americas, or El Salvador del Mundo, as it is known locally; the Plaza was remodeled in 2010 under the administration of Norman Quijano. Some of the largest neighborhoods in the district are Colonia Miramonte, Urbanizacion Buenos Aires, Colonia Miralvalle; the Luis Poma Theatre is located in District 2. District 3 has a population of 51,325 inhabitants. Although District 2 was planned to be the economic center of the capital, today District 3 stands as the single most important economic and social district in San Salvador, it is bordered by Mejicanos to the north, Antiguo Cuscatlán to the south and the west, by the Manuel Enrique Araujo Alameda to the East.
It is undergoing a high-rise boom that started in 2007. District 3 is home to the World Trade Center San Salvador a complex of two 6-story buildings, a restaurant plaza, the Torre Futura, a 99-meter high rise where companies such as Microsoft and Uber have offices; the World Trade Center is connected to the Crowne Plaza Hotel. District 3 is home to most of the nightlife; the Escalón Neighborhood holds the Galerías Mall, a 5-story mall, built around and on an old mansion and El Paseo Shopping Center, which houses restaurants. There is an endless number of restaurants located on the Paseo General Escalón and in the Escalón Neighborhood; the Zona Rosa and the Colonia San Benito are home to most of the embassies in San Salvador, the most expensive private bilingual schools and international hotel chains such as Hilton Princess and Sheraton. Zona Rosa is home to apartment high rises, the most prominent ones being Alisios 115, La Capilla 525, La Capilla 515, La Capilla 370, Campestre 105 and Terra Alta.
District 3 is home to the National Anthropology Museum and the International Convention Cente