Regio Express Donaueschingen - Ulm in the valley of the young river Danube
The lack of availability electric ET 426, diesel railcars type VT 641 (nickname "whale") are en route at this day between Schaffhausen and Singen Hohentwiel.
On the Sauschwänzlebahn BB 262 is crossing the viaduct "Epfenhofen" with the morning train from Zollhaus-Blumberg to Weizen. After the bridge the line makes a long curve to the next leve... (more)
At a sunny afternonn three diesel engines 232 201 / 232 703 / 232 472 take a rest. These type of locomotives were constructed 1973 - 1982 in Luhansk, Soviet Union and delivered to the Deutsche Rei... (more)
218 409 heads an electric push-pull train from Basel to Singen.
Since march 2019 this double deck commuter trainset (DPZ) of the S-Bahn Zürich has a a new publicity paint scheme "Zäme Züri" (Zurich together). The train is running the S12 service Brug... (more)
Two VT 612 are en route Basel – Ulm. Railcars type VT 612 are equipped with tilt technology.
Shunting engine 294 843-8 heads an electric push-pull train from Singen to Basel. The diesel locomotive is necessary, because the line is not completely electrified
A Transport of Wales train Machynlleth - Pwllheli seen at the Westcoast of Wales is crossing the Barmouth Bridge. This is a single-track wooden railway viaduct, opened in 1869. The bridge is 699 m... (more)
The 0-4-0T steam locomotive "Winifred" was built in 1885 by the Hunslet Engine Company for the Penrhyn Slate Quarry. An American antique dealer bought the engine in 1965 for export to th... (more)
A Transport of Wales train Pwllheli - Birmingham New Street seen at the Westcoast of Wales near station Pensarn(Gwynedd).
Double Fairlie "Merddin Emrys" was built in 1879 and has spent its entire working life on the Festiniog Railway.
The diesel Class 03 No.D2178 locomotive was built in 1961 at Swindon Works, Ashford. The engine is owned and operated by the heritage Gwili Steam Railway.
Like a big engine: Driver and stoker on a 2-6-2T steam locomotive at the 12¼ inches Fairbourne steam railway.