Well outside its home territory, an MBTA commuter set poses at White River Junction, VT, after arriving from Boston on a fan trip sponsored by the Massachusetts Bay Railroad Enthusiasts over the B... (more)
On a bright fall day, nearly new MBTA F40PH-2C pushes an inbound Fitchburg Line train through Littleton, MA, on its way to Boston's North Station.
The 2-8-0 G 4/5 # 107 "Albula" of the Rhaetian Railway is accelerating the "Clà Ferrovia" steamtrain at Zizers Altlöser after a crossing with a timetabled train.
The 2-8-0 G 4/5 # 107 "Albula" of the Rhaetian Railway is running to her train at Landquart. The steamtrain of the "Clà Ferrovia" (Childrens conductor) will run to Valendas-Sag... (more)
Steamtrain "Cla Ferrovia" of the RhB with 2-8-0 steamlocomotive G 4/5 # 107 "Albula" near Felsberg, on a trip to Valendas-Sagogn. The RhB says about this offer for children:
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Steamtrain "Clà Ferrovia" (Childrens Conductor) of the RhB with 2-8-0 steamlocomotive G 4/5 # 107 "Albula" from 1906 in the gorge of the Vorderrhein, called Ruinaulta, near Versam-Safien. The RhB ... (more)
A small narrow gauge contractors 0-4-0T is shunting tubs at the site of Colombes station that was being rebuilt. Photo by the late George Grigs.
The French dual voltage 25KV 50Hz & 1.5KV DC version of the Swiss 15KV 16.7Hz Ae6/6 was not as successful and did not las as long as her Swiss cousin.
V 36 204 is crossing the viaduct of Epfenhofen (length 264m / 288yds; maximal height 34m / 37yds).
During Advent the Sauschwänzlebahn has some trains between Fützen and Blumberg. This sunday is the first day with snow in this winter.
V 36 204, built in 1939 by BMAG - Berliner Maschinenbau AG, is since 2014 owned and used by the Sauschwänzlebahn.
V 36 204 leaves the station of Fützen. Behind of the locomotive there is the shed of the Sauschwänzlebahn.