On a sunny December day, State Railway of Thailand GE UM12C #4045 leads Train #257 across the famous Wangpho Trestle. This curved trestle was built by enslaved Allied POW's during World War II as ... (more)
GE UM12C No.4043, with petroleum train from Ban Pokpaek to Khon Kaen, while crossing the viaduct at Pa Sak Jolasid Dam.
The sleeper carriage derailed inside Khao Phlueng Tunnel. Train staffs were cleanup and repair the track in the tunnel. This photo was taken at the front of tunnel.
Ordinary Train No.258 from Nam Tok to Thonburi over the Tham Krasae Bridge, Thailand–Burma Railway or calling in Death Railway.
When reservoir becomes pasture
Alsthom AD24C No.4209, with PTT liquefied petroleum gas train from Samran to Bang Lamung, while crossing the viaduct at Pa Sak Jolasid Dam.
Alsthom AD24C No.4131, with PTT liquefied petroleum gas train from Bang Lamung to Samran, while crossing the viaduct at Pa Sak Jolasid Dam.
Hitachi (RHN) no. 22 in the international special train no. 918 from Thanaleng (Laos) to Nong Khai (Thailand).
Alsthom 4308 pauses at Bangsue Junction Station Bangkok after a heavy downpour on the 17th August 2010.
The SRT operates all of Thailand's national rail lines. ICD Ladkrabang are the main freight terminals.
GE UM12C #4045 leads the Bangkok bound passenger train off of the Wangpho Trestle. This trestle was built by POWs during the Second World War as part of the infamous Death Railway.