Electric cogwheel railcars Bhe 1/2 # 24 and # 22 (both built by SLM and MFO in 1937) on a grade of about 48.0 % below Pilatus Kulm. The world's steepest cogwheel railway was inaugurated in 1889 an... (more)
The symmetry of the coal loads are visible as this coal drag is about to enter the Harpers Ferry tunnel after crossing the Potomac.
CEY005 leads two sister locomotives up through Glenbrook Gorge at the foot of the Blue Mountains with a westbound empty SSR/Centennial coal train.
View from the Polleroswand on the Krauselklause viaduct and tunnel.
The Schlossalm mountain railroad didn't had any runs planned anymore that day, but freight trains were running one after another thanks to the Brenner pass closure.
A SD70M-2 helps push an empty coal train into the All Natural Tunnel in Glenita, Virginia.
The only 2 coalfired operational steamlocomotives of the Brienz Rothorn Bahn on a picture (the company uses 4 lightoil fired steamlocomotives too). H 2/3 # 6, built in 1933 by SLM Winterthur is sh... (more)
The same train as in www.railpictures.net/viewphoto.php?id=399153, the same moment, seen from the opposite side of the valley! G22CU 94 of Ferrnonor with a empty sulphuric acid train from Llanta t... (more)
Definitely not the terrain to build a railroad! Nevertheless, there was created a line up to the mine of Potrerillos in 1928.
GR22CU # 94 of 1971 is pulling a train with 9 empty sulphuric acid ta... (more)
Q368-01 approaches the old "Bud Board" as it enters downtown Cumberland
Q375-02 passes the old "Bud Board" as it enters the Narrows
0-4-4-0T Mallet 442.59 rounds the ledge at Devil's Gate, the classic spot in Eritrea, with a short goods train.
Down on the coast it's the rainy season - warm and wet - but above the clouds in the mountains near Asmara it's cool and dry. In these perfect conditions for steam loco photography, a charter frei... (more)