The engineer of battery loco "Linda" turns the points (switch?), ready for the return run, at the Atlas Coal Mine Museum in Alberta.
BGCM 1639. I believe this loco is almost 60 years old, being built for ATSF in 1956. It still looks good in 2015 , seen departing Lewiston towards Spalding.
Taken from the appropriately named "Dog Beach Park", BNSF 7660 leads a train off the long bridge into Sandpoint.ID. on a very warm June evening.
This railcar looks a bit strange as power for a short ballast train. Seen at Pingdingshan in 2003.
ALCO 3842, built in Schenectady in the late 1950s, arrives at Mach with the 1330 Quetta to Lahore, The Chiltan Express.
4-6-4 + 4-6-4 Garratts 392 and 381 are seen on shed at Thomson Junction in 1990. Both locos date from the late 1940s.
A tiny shunting loco is seen at the loco depot at Stralsund in 2000.
Back in 1989, shed staff and train crew pose for a photo at Dabhoi junction in Gujarat, India. The loco, ZB 59 is a 2-6-2 built by Bagnalls of Stafford, England, in 1952.
Back in 1990, a 750mm gauge 0-8-0, PX48 class, heads a very short freight near Gniezno.The load consists of a single standard gauge wagon, between the loco and caboose.
2-10-2 QJ No 3594 and an SY 2-8-2 are seen at the servicing point at Shuangyashan in 2002.
2-8-2 No SY 1102 propels wagons over the hump at Shuangyashan in 2002.
3 DF4s and a DFH3 on shed at Changchun in 2002.
Local men wait to unload coal from wagons which are being positioned by loco number 10 at Fuli Mine. I have just noticed that the pantograph doesn`t seem to be contacting the live wire!
Back in 2000, a Thameslink 319 EMU arrives at Brighton from Bedford, while 47814 and an 08 shunt loco deal with the coaches of the Virgin service to Manchester.
Sandaoling has a large fleet of JS locos and just a few SYs. Here SY 1593 deals with cranes.