The mammoth SNCF dead lines near Rouen
In 1517, under King François I’s reign, Guillaume Gouffier de Bonnivet, Admiral of France, identified the location of a new harbour on the right bank of the Seine river and called it "Le Havr... (more)
The daily Tabriz Jolfa approaching Hadishahr
These engines were formerly in service in South Korea. Today, they belong to Alborz Niroo, a private company independent from the RAI.
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Swedish design, Austrian builder, Iranian operator.
A 864HP diesel EMD G18W built in 1968 and a 4800 hp electric ASEA Rc4 #651 share the Jolfa engine shed. The G18W was rebuilt with a new nose.
On the Tehran - Tabriz line, west of Myaneh, a Mashhad Tabriz night train travelling almost all of Iran from East to West passes through a round shape gallery in a remote area.