A Netherland Railways work train threads its way south through the maze of tracks in Utrecht.
A 747 and a babyface (my terminology, not theirs) load passengers at Central Station Utrecht, Netherlands.
Southbound Netherlands Railways trains wait to depart Utrecht Central Station on a beautiful June afternoon.
Night view of Utrecht Central Station where the Hoog Catharijne shopping center recently extended and renovated by Klepierre Managment Property is part of the Utrecht train station. This station i... (more)
A Netherlands Railways EMU approaches the station at Utrecht. For some reason, these particular units remind me of Baldwin babyface diesels.
A Netherlands Railways locomotive leads a train of DB (German Railways) cars out of Utrecht Central Station.
Cars and bicycles versus U-Tram of Utrecht city viewed from 15th floor of NH Hotels Tower. The Crane is an artwork to symbolize the construction revival of Utrecht Central Station neighbourhood wh... (more)
Another photo by the late George R. Grigs showing NS four-cylinder 4-6-0 No 3903 leaving Utrecht with the 15.34 D-Zug to Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Henschel & Son, Kassel built 32 of of these fin... (more)
German ICE assume travels between Germany and Netherlands. I'm coming from Duisburg with this train.
Due to rolling stock shortages, the Dutch Railways (NS) have re-activated some 3-car DD-AR loco+double deck carriage trains, mainly to run between Utrecht and Zwolle. One such train is seen here d... (more)
In Utrecht old Vienna tramways are used as 'Spitsuurtram'.
DB ICE 4604 is running from Frankfurt (M) Hbf to Amsterdam Centraal. In about 20 minutes it will arrive at its destination. It has left Frankfurt at 5:10 AM and will arrive in Amsterdam at 9:26 AM... (more)
NS Plan V 456 (Werkspoor 1970) enters Soestdijk on a Baarn-Utrecht Centraal service.
PKP from Poland is one of the newest operators in the Netherlands. Here PKP E 189 205 (leased from MRCE) haules a containertrain coming from Poznan (PL) to the Rotterdam harbour.