A well maintained BB 66000 built in Sept 1964 (and belonging to the CMR - Cellule des Metériels Radiés, aka Dept of Withdrawn Rolling Stock) missing SNCF markings hauls a powerful Kirov crane.
Seven electrics of the BB 17000 series are going to the Sotteville yard where they will wait to be sold to a scrapyard. The series was built between 1965 and 1968. The BB 67615 hauling them was bu... (more)
In this workshop of the Bafq locomotive maintenance centre, the RAI entirely rebuilds the prime movers of ageing GE U30C.
Sleek modern noses of the 2000's are much less attractive to the railfan than older noses of American engines. But what do railroaders think of these differences, i... (more)
Bi-mode train (both an EMU and a DMU) coming from Provins.
This is the End
The first CC 72000 was built in December 1967. Almost 50 years later, the last CC 72100-hauled train in regular scheduled commercial service was a return trip to Tr... (more)
In the Iranian desert at dusk