A local train is climbing the rack rail section from Nätschen to the Oberalp pass.
Much of MOBs rolling stock already got the not-so-great (watch out for euphemisms) gold/white livery, but with a bit of luck some completely beige/blue trains could still be found. This one is cli... (more)
A S5 service to Pfäffikon SZ is crossing the Seedamm with Rapperswil Castle and St. John's Church in the background.
It's always a great show when they take the steam-powered rotary Xrot d out of the shed and put it into action, typically together with a "Räumer" to increase clearance and put snow onto... (more)
The "Bernina Monster" is hungry... for more snow! It's always a great show when they take the steam-powered rotary Xrot d out of the shed and put it into action, typically together with ... (more)
The currently most powerful steam locomotives of the DFB, the HG 3/4, are at their limit. But those were the most powerful steam locomotives ever operating on this line, so there's no upgrade path... (more)
Former BLS Ae 4/4 251, now owned and operated by Extrazug.ch, with a charter train on the 1 in 25 grade from Puidoux-Chexbres down to Vevey.
A push-pull train from Davos to Filisur is crossing the Wiesen Viaduct.
Trains from Arth (left) and Vitznau (right) climb the last meters to Rigi Kulm in parallel. In the background you can see Meggen, Lucerne and Horw.
SPCC GP22ECO (former GP40) and two GP40U with a train from Ilo to one of the mines.
An empty ore train is on its way back from Narvik to Kiruna. In the background you see the Tornetrask lake and the highway E10.
Iron ore train on its way from Kiruna to Narvik. The passenger train visible on the right has to wait, because the heavy freight trains have priority on this line.
A crowd is eager to get on the "InterCity" from Macedonia to Pristina. Note the blue/black former Statens Järnvägar (Swedish Railways) passenger car. A norwegian locomotive, designed by ... (more)
Locomotive graveyard in Fushë Kosovë, Kosovo. This yugoslav 661 clearly had some stories to tell, if only it could talk. It saw the fall of Yugoslavia, was used by the Serbian Railways (note the l... (more)
NoHAB 005 hauls the "InterCity" (note the red/yellow macedonian car) from Pristina back to Fushë Kosovë. In the background you see the skyline of Pristina.