A DMU crosses the Forth Bridge, seen from the north bank. The bridge opened to traffic in 1890, and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site.
The association "Dampffreunde Rhätische Bahn" (friends of the steam traction on the Rhaetian Railway) organised a 3 day trip for the celebration of 40 years since foundation of the assoc... (more)
Newly introduced BTFLN tanker wagons A pair of two stroke EMD's hauling a long BTFLN tanker rake through Shindavane. Classified as BTFLN, these frame-less wagons dire... (more)
A Union Pacific Sales And Marketing Special crosses the Gaviota Trestle heading for a overnight stop in San Luis Obispo. The next day it goes north to San Jose and Oakland. Then up the Martinez su... (more)
Connecticut Southern train CSO-1 rolls across the Farmington River in Windsor. The stone arch bridge was built in 1867 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Pan Am Railways' first repainted ex-CSXT C40-8 #7552 is seen on a three-car office car special train atop the NECR Sugar River Trestle on the way back to Maine after spending the weekend at White ... (more)
Intercity Clermont-Ferrand – Nìmes is crossing the Altier Viaduct (length 257m, 843ft) above Lake Villefort. Probably it was the last summer with a locomotive hauled train on this line.
RegioExpress 4933 from Schaffhausen to Zürich HB with SBB (Swiss Federal Railways) 4-Car EMUs RABe 511 121 and RABe 511 112 crossing the Rhine River between Hüntwangen-Wil and Eglisau.
BB 67579 and 67503 have just crossed the viaduct of Garabit. The locomotives are pulling a freight train Clermont-Ferrand - Saint-Chély-d'Apcher, loaded with sheet metal coils.
SNCF 567515 and another BB 67400 with train 5957/6, "Le Cévenol" from Paris-Gare-de-Lyon to Marseille-St-Charles, both locomotives are in multiservice colours.
Westbound intermodal NS 233 crosses the Ohio River Bridge at Kenova on the ex N&W mainline heading towards Norfolk Southern's Chicago Intermodal Terminal at Landers Yard with the NS "Honoring... (more)
NS 202 makes its way across the high trestle at Compton with a standard cab leader.