DDR Germany Est. Hagenwerder DR 52 + 52 double traction 2100 T. Carbon Wagons
B 3/4 1367 from SBB Historic heads a charter train from Schaffhausen to Wohlen, at the rear end assisted by Re 4/4 I 10009.
2-10-0 four cylinder compound freight train steamlocomotive C 5/6 # 2969 "Elephant" of Eurovapor at Sulgen is leaving Winterthur Töss station. Nearly 50 years before, in this station the... (more)
2-10-0 four cylinder compound freight train steamlocomotive C 5/6 # 2969 "Elephant" of Eurovapor at Sulgen is leaving Brugg (AG) bound for Arth Goldau. She will pull a train over the Got... (more)
The 1981 World Speed Record Team in front of their brand new train. From the left to the right: Daniel Levert, Henri Déjeux, André Cossié, Gabriel Jacquot and Jacques Ruiz.
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The first TGV World Speed Record of 1981
On February 26 1981, 7 months before the first High Speed Line opened in France, the Sud-Est TGV trainset #16 reached 380 km/h, a W... (more)
A seven-cars TGV?
This is Day 1 (out of two) of the February 1981 TGV World Speed Record. A TGV set was secretly prepared for high speed tests. A secret that was poorly pre... (more)
A freight train going to Domodossola passes the Beura-Cardezza station at km 50+246 from Milano. The station still extists but it is closed.
"Rapide" train "Le Lutetia" Paris-Milano some kilometers after the border tunnel between France and Switzerland and the Vallorbe station. It had the following timetable:
Two versions of the CC 7100: the 7153 is partly modernized and the other one is almost as built.
CC 6556 "Maurienne" with 3rd rail collector under the Culoz engine shed.
A "Vespa" (light electric engine) with a PLM interlocking tower