Re 4/4 II # 11194 (Re 420 # 194) with the GOTTHARD PANORAMA EXPRESS EXT 2892 from Lugano via Gotthard mountain line to Flüelen, running through Wassen station. The train has 3 Apm panoramacars, 1 ... (more)
Re 4/4 II # 11109 (or Re 420 # 109) in the classic "Swiss-Express" paint scheme is entering Winterthur with the Interregio 2251 (IR 37) from Zürich to St.Gallen.
Re 4/4 II # 11151 (Re 420 151) of the first series is pulling Intercity 911 (line 3) from Zürich to Chur between Maienfeld and Landquart, with Gauschla mountain in the background.
Re 4/4 II # 11131 (built in 1968 by SLM and BBC), 50 years in service now, is entering Weinfelden with Interregio 2132 (IR 75) from Konstanz to Zürich. The push pull train with 3 first class stand... (more)
Re 4/4 II # 11109 (or Re 420 # 109), built in 1967 by SLM and BBC, in the slightly washed out "Swiss Express" paint scheme orange - light-grey, is pulling the Interregio 1978 of the line... (more)
Re 4/4 II # 11155 (Re 420 # 155) with the "Jail train", a special cab car St with several prisoners cells, near Lyssach on the way to Bern Weyermannshaus.
For my 6000th contribution on Railpictures.net, I choosed this photo from the last summer: Sunset behind the Rhine viaduct of Eglisau. A freight train from the Limmattal shunting yard (RBL) to Sch... (more)
Re 4/4 II of the first series are the usual power for the Intercity and Interregio trains between Zürich and Schaffhausen. Re 4/4 II # 11148 is pulling InterRegio 2827 Schaffhausen - Zürich over t... (more)
Re 4/4 II of the first series are the usual power for the Intercity and Interregio trains between Zürich and Schaffhausen. Re 4/4 II # 11126 (on the frame now lettered as Re 420 126), delivered by... (more)
Re 4/4 II # 11133 from the first series, with the SBB signet on the front (former Swiss Express paint scheme), is pulling the nonstop Intercity 775 from Basel to Zürich over the Hauenstein line.
Re 4/4 II # 11272 (Re 420 272) of the SBB with an empty gravel train from St.Gallen Haggen to Hüntwangen passing the pond at Erlen. The locomotive has a inscription on the frame below the grid of ... (more)