644 020 arrives at Most na Soci with the autovlak from Bohinjska Bistrica
A February, 2019 Farrail tour of two Romanian narrow gauge steam railways included a special, steam-powered train at Moldovița in far eastern Romania. Power for our special train was CFF 764 ... (more)
Mountain engine HGe 4/4 II on the way to Rueras.
The foil of a special lettering at the engine is reflected in this sun angle.
MGB Mountain engine HGe 4/4 II with a Glacier Express
passing the little City of Rueras. At left, not far away is the pass of Oberalp. This line is cogwheel land in some very steep grades, down t... (more)
Wild, open mountain panorama of the Furkareuss valley, with the Galengrat, Gross (3210) and Chli (2940) Bielenhorn, and a tiny cogwheel steamtrain of the Dampfbahn Furka Bergstrecke (DFB) running ... (more)
Railjet train on the Innsbruck - Kufstein line.
On this day, the former Vietnam cogwheel locomotive HG 4/4 # 704 of the Dampfbahn Furka Bergstrecke (DFB) is pulling a timetabled nearly 70 ton train over the Furka mountain line from Realp to Obe... (more)
The steam locomotive #995 hauling a passenger train is running through a typical Finnish landscape consisting of forests and lakes.
The steam locomotive #6 from the Jokioinen Museum Railway in Finland is departing from the Jokioinen station with a mixed train. The locomotive has been built by the Tampereen Konepaja Mekaniska V... (more)
Steam in the mosquito land! The Mallet #12 is storming through the Tallas station with a Dietmar Kramer - Sven Panjas charter on the Jädraås – Tallås museum Railway line.
Steam in the mosquito land! The Mallet #12 is hauling a Dietmar Kramer - Sven Panjas charter on the Jädraås – Tallås museum Railway line.
Preserved ten-wheeler No 995 skirts one of Finland's 187,000 lakes. Beautiful to look at, but remember, this is mosquito country. This was a prearranged c... (more)
High Latitude Summer
With its wood fire so clean there is almost no smoke visible, preserved 10-wheeler No. 995 moves its matching wooden coaches at track speed between Nurmes and Lieks... (more)