Ge 4/4 III # 642 "Breil/Brigels" in the INTEGRAL publicity paint scheme is pulling the Interregio 1125 from Chur to St.Moritz through the Val Bever. Behind a reinforcement second class car standar... (more)
Ge 4/4 III # 644 "Savognin" is pulling the Interregio 1137 from Chur to St.Moritz through the Val Bever. Behind a reinforcement second class car standard type II is the blue GOURMINO dining car WR... (more)
61 years in service now is the Ge 6/6 II # 702 "Curia", which is pulling the freight 5152 from Samedan via Albula line to Chur and Landquart through the Val Bever. More then the half of the train ... (more)
72 years in service now is the locomotive Ge 4/4 I # 603 "Badus, which was delivered to the RhB in 1947 by SLM, BBC and MFO. The 1184 kW "BoBo I" is pulling the short freight 6138 f... (more)
Beautiful autumn colors in the Engadine. "Allegra" ABe 8/12 # 3508 is shoving the ALVRA push pull train Interregio 1156 from St.Moritz to Chur between Celerina and Samedan. The leading cab car At ... (more)
The little steam locomotive 0-4-0T #20 is arriving at the Haltingen Kandertalbahn station with a mixed train. The engine has been built by the Maschinenbaugesellschaft Karlsruhe in 1928.
On this beautiful autumn sunday, two of the Bo'Bo'Bo' Ge 6/6 II series were in the Regio Express service between Disentis and Scuol-Tarasp. Usually, this 1764 kW locomotives are used for freight t... (more)
Engadine autumn steamtrain of the RhB from Scuol-Tarasp to Samedan, pulled by "Consolidation" 2-8-0 G 4/5 # 108 "Engiadina" from 1906, between Zernez and Carolina on a grade of... (more)
Denver Rock Island Railroad's SW8 works the industrial area known as the Stockyards, located in central Denver.
train number 6718 Surovatikha - Nizhny Novgorod
A BNSF MAC with a primer nose rests in Galesburg.
Rock train heading to Royse City on the MKT line.
CSX O728 heads north along US-41 in Lutz, FL.
The first of two trains returns to Durango as the sun sets on a cool autumn evening.
The resident GG1s of Cooperstown Junction continue to sit, hidden away in the woods of upstate New York.