Ugly! 718A heads a line of stored locos at Schellville, CA, in 1998.
89-0498 and 80-0252 are seen at Sibiu loco shed. The 89 is very similar to the 80, but with electric heat , instead of the steam heat on the 80.
Former SNCF (French) DMU, now owned by Regiotrans in Romania, is seen at Brasov station.
1969 built MLW No 2317 is the only loco present at the small loco depot at Laksham Junction.
GM class No 2025 drops on to the loco shed at Pahartali, Chittagong. It has just left the nearby workshops where it had been overhauled and repainted. Other locos visible include classes 22, 27, 2... (more)
Tram 172 on a line 3 sevice approaches its terminus at Tondi. The gauge here is 3 feet 6 inches, the same as Hongkong, several cities in Japan, and San Francisco cable cars.
3 of Tallinn`s newer trams are seen at Tondi terminus. They are 3 feet 6 inch gauge.
A tram on route 4 passes beneath the impressive Uspenski Orthodox Cathedral in Helsinki, Finland.
I believe this car was used as an inspection vehicle on the narrow gauge lines around Haivoron.
EMU No 21 and it`s freight wagon nears Murren on the shuttle from Grutschalp.
End of the line! The wolverhampton to Birmingham tram line has recently been extended to Birmingham New St station. Here tram 33 is seen in the turn-back siding at New St.
Plenty of UP power, near Rock River, WY, in 2001.
405 is one of several wrecks at Windhoek loco shed. Anyone know what happened to it?
This strange machine is plinthed outside Windhoek station. Anyone know any more?
The railroad from Aus to Luderitz, on the Atlantic coast of Namibia, has recently been rebuilt. However it seems to have been abandoned and is now swamped by the ever moving sand dunes.