GM-powered My 1101 was built in 1954 and is now preserved in running order at the danish national railwaymuseum
The international train EC 380 from Berlin in Germany has just arrived to its destination in Denmark. Behind it a IC3-train is passing by
With this photo taken only a few minutes before midnight the last evening of 2007, I wish every railfans on RailPictures.Net a happy new year
Dieselunit MFA 5064 is just about to depart for the 3 hour ride to the danish capitol Copenhagen
85 units of IC4-trainsets built by Ansaldobreda in Italy will be the future longdistance trains in Denmark. Until now only 3 sets are in operation for a testperiod in local runs
Faster than a bullet from a gun - well almost. The speed is app. 100 miles/hour (160 km/t)
Rolling stock from the national railmuseum being moved from Randers to Odense. The doubledecker car sticks out - it is owned by DSB and has been in Randers for repair at the Bombardier facory
DSB DMU IC3 heads south (right) to Hamburg over the Nord-Ost See (Kiel) Canal, which is known as Rendsburg high bridge in northern Germany. An empty container ship comes acoss the train at the rig... (more)
After 3½ years of delay due to endless technical problems one of the new IC4-trainset2 (built by Ansaldobreda in Italy) was at last presented to the press, who was waiting at Aarhus main station. ... (more)
Electric trainset crossing the Lillebelt Bridge, that was taken into use in may 1935 - it replaced a railwayferry
The fields are planted with rape-seeds, that will end up as foodoil.
Engine E 991 in front of a special - E 991 was built in Denmark in 1947.