On this day, a rather authentic steam passenger train of the 1920'/1930' circulated from Zürich to Göschenen and back, organized by some enthusiast of the association steam group Zürich (Verein Da... (more)
For a combined Birthday and Wedding Celebration, the team of steam engine drivers from Zürich chartered this beautiful train with B 3/4 1367. They went from Zürich uo the northern ramp of Gotthard... (more)
The two former Deutsche Bahn express train steamlocomotives 01 202 (association Pacific 01 202 in Lyss/Switzerland) and 01 1066 (lettered as 012 066, from the Ulmer Eisenbahnfeunde UEF in Germany)... (more)
Diesel powered snow blower X rotm # 96 for the Gotthard line, built in 1968 by Beilhack/Germany, with 1000 HP and 65 km/h max velocity.
Privately owned former german freight train steamlocomotive 50 3673, now based in Luino/Italy at Associazione Verbano Express, is leading "Pacific" 01 202 in front of train 30352 from Er... (more)
Triple header german steam in Switzerland, with locomotives based in Luino/Italy, Lyss/Switzerland and Germany. 2-10-0 freight train locomotive 50 3673 from Luino, coal fired express train 4-6-2 "... (more)
11293 departs Erstfeld whilst hauling a southbound freight train
SBB tilting train 610 005 on the way from Zürich (Switzerland) to Milan (Italy).
421 374 is one of 26 rebuilt Re 4/4 II for use in Switzerland and Germany. She is seen on the Gotthard north ramp, probably on the way to the locomotive maintenance center at Bellinzona.
Light engine move on the Gotthard north ramp with the two multisystem locomotives 474 003 and 474 004.
Test run with the self-propelled snow blower Xrotm 95 on the Gotthard north ramp.
Two BLS oldies, #182 and #167, with an intermodal train on the Gotthard north ramp.
The last green painted Re 4/4 II of the SBB passenger department is pulling the IR 2169 to Locarno.
BLS Cargo 485 013, 186 251 (leased from Railpool) and 486 508 climbing up the 2.6% grade on the Gotthard north ramp with an intermodal train.
The new fire-fighting and rescue train "LRZ14" for the Gotthard base tunnel on a crew training run.