26000 Class Electric Locomotive 26165 arrives at Toulon Station with a colourful set of cars.
The nose of TGV Réseau 608 at Marseille. Some TGV Réseau Power Cars operate on the LGV Sud-Est with Duplex Cars and are known as an R-Duplex Set.
TGV R-Duplex 608 eases away from Marseille St Charles with a service to Paris. This station has dock platforms, so the driver is required to change ends before the train can continue its journey.
A TGV Atlantique rolls over one of many old arch bridges through the City of Tours before making a station stop at Saint-Pierre des Corps (Tours TGV Station).
One quiet Sunday morning in the Pays de la Loire region, a Class X 4300 DMU sits lifelessly at Chateaux Du Loire Station awaiting its next duties. These Units are due to be withdrawn in 2008/2009... (more)
On a crisp, cloudless morning, well-worn TGV Atlantique 525 races through the French countryside at about 300km/h. The section of straight track in this photo is probably just over 1km long and T... (more)
The conductor watches the passengers board a DDAR with an InterCity Service to Lelystad before giving the departure signal.
A VIRM waits patiently at Leiden Central for passengers to board. The simple, yet creative NS livery with royal blue stripe can be seen on the hiddeous nose of this train.
A 12-Car VIRM arrives at 's-Hertogenbosch on a cloudless evening with an InterCity Service.
The ornate station concourse towers over two 2-Car MAT 64 as they wait patiently adjacent to the Platform on Spoor 1a with a Stop Trein to Tiel one clear evening at 's-Hertogenbosch.
During peak hour, passengers rush to board an un-refurbished two-car and refurbished three-car Sprinter at Amsterdam Centraal.
Scores of people wait to board the ICE to Germany at Amsterdam Centraal during peak hour. The large, ornate canopy does not give much shelter from the cold!
A driver-friend gives a wave and sounds the horn as his train blasts out of a tunnel near Dawlish Warren with a local service.
On a cloudless day, a X-Country Voyager powers along the sea side near Dawlish Warren as a number of people go for a stroll or jog.
A British HST weaves its way along the coast line near Dawlish Warren with a service to London Paddington.