Back in 1989, a track inspection trolley is seen near Navapur. I am fairly sure that these vehicles were unpowered, with crew members pushing on the uphill bits. Are they still in operation?
This train WILL depart on time. This is Japan. A futuristic looking Shinkansen waits to leave Tokyo station. JR staff are always immaculately turned out, with caps and white gloves.
3 feet 6 inch gauge 2-6-4T No C11 167 is plinthed in Gappo Park in Aomori. 381 of these locos were built between 1932 and 1947, and an impressive 50 locos are preserved! I have even seen a photo o... (more)
Hiroshima. Probably not the image that springs to mind when thinking of this place. However, since the devastation of 6th August 1945 It has been rebuilt into a modern and attractive city of 1.2 m... (more)
760mm gauge class C50, No 5710 nears Balatonfenyves with a train from Somogyszentpal. At this time this was a fairly busy spot with trains serving 3 branch lines. I think the Somogyszentpal line i... (more)
The metre gauge tramway from Triste to Villa Opicina is most unusual. It has an 800 metre section of steep climbing which requires the trams to be banked (pushed) by a cable tractor loco. I believ... (more)
ALCo 3842, built in Schenectady in the late 1950s, leaves Mach with the Chiltan Express for Lahore. It will now continue descending the 4% grade Bolan Pass.
ALCO 3808 nears Kolpur with a Quetta to Sibi freight in 2001.
The crew of DF4 4336 pose for a photo at Baotou Xi loco shed in January 2001.
BNSF 6728 leads a pair of helpers down from Cajon summit in October 2000.
BNSF 6362 passes Amboy, CA, with a short westbound train in 2000.
A well stocked Barstow yard in 2000.
Back in 2000, BNSF 4646 leads an 8 loco lash-up on an eastbound manifest near Hesperia CA.
On a beautiful winters day in 1991, 86242 heads out of Birmingham, at Adderley Park, with the 0925 Wolverhampton to London Euston.
UP 3691 leads a manifest through Rainbow Canyon, Nevada, in October 2000.