Ge 4/4 21 hauls a load of sugar beets to Morges, where the standard gauge freight cars will leave the narrow gauge transporter trucks.
A Regio Express Chur - St. Moritz is approaching Celerina, while a push-pull train from Scuol-Tarasp is on its way to Pontresina (near the center of the picture).
A brand-new ABReh 150 "Adler" EMU is just leaving the rack rail section leading down from the Brünig pass to Meiringen.
A RABe 535 "Lötschberger" EMU is crossing the Bunschenbach Viaduct on its way to Spiez.
A Ge 4/4 II hauls a freight train from Landquart to Ilanz through the Rhine Gorge between Reichenau-Tamins and Ilanz.
Since San Bartolomé is a "switchback" with no counterpart, locomotives need to be run around the trains (and turned on the turntable) before proceeding. And since they've already taken the train a... (more)
Hauling iron ore across the arctic is a pretty tough job.
Actually these weather conditions are not that bad, since usually the area around the Torneträsk does not see the worst wea... (more)
FCCA's lower sections (well, close to 2000 m in this case) are still quite spectacular.
FCCA's 1001 is making its way down from the pass (still at about 4500 m).
Two ABe 4/4 III are climbing the Bernina Pass with a Bernina Express from Tirano (IT) to Pontresina (CH). In the background you can see Val Poschiavo with the Lago di Poschiavo.
This FCCA train has just left the switchbacks of Casapalca and is now headed for Chinchan.
In addition to the pain in the head (due to the altitude if you didn't have time to acclim... (more)
2401 and 2402 are on their way from the Bolivian border at Ollagüe to Calama. In the background you can see the stratovolcano Ascotan.
Yes, there's a train in this picture ;) GR12U 412 is hauling two loads of copper concentrate and empty tank cars on the grade from Montadon to Potrerillos.
The train from #447881 with FCAB engines 2403, 2406 and 2008 has left the salt lakes and is now only minutes away from its destination, the Bolivian border at Ollagüe.
FCAB engines 2403, 2406 and 2008 will reach Ascotan summit in a few minutes. In the background you can see the massive 6145 m high volcano "San Pedro", covered by a rather unusual amount of snow.