Coghlan is a neighborhood that was named after its central train station with the same name. The train station was opened in 1891 and is named after one of the English railroads best workers and engineers; John M. Coghlan. Coghlan came to Argentina to work, and started out first for the state of Buenos Aires and the water company, and later for the English railroads, making a great name for himself achieving the reputation of a very good technician. Coghlan extended, as president of the Ferrocarril Sur, the railroad that went from Buenos Aires to Campana, so that it reached Rosario.
Almost 30 years after his arrival, he decided that it was time to leave Argentina and return to his home country Ireland. He had done many great things in Argentina, and received public recognition from important people such as the President; Miguel Juárez Cleman, Vice President Carlos Pelegrini, and ex-Presidents Mitre and Sarmiento. One year after John M. Coghlan's death in 1890, the main station of the Buenos Aires - Rosario railroad was named in his honor.
Coghlan is a neighborhood distinguished by its English architecture that to this day can be seen along the quiet streets of the area. Before the railroad company bought the lands, there were not many constructions, and a few spread out ranches could be seen across the landscape. But when the railroad was extended the lands around the station were populated by English families coming to Buenos Aires, spreading their European style everywhere on these 30 hectares between Villa Urquiza and Belgrano.
The 1st of February is the day of Coghlan.
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