Cogwheel steamtrain with locomotive H 2/3 # 5 (SLM 1894) and open summer car # 6 is running down from the Schynige Platte below Stepfegg tunnel.
The steam train of the Schynige Platte Bahn (SPB) with cogwheel locomotive H 2/3 # 5 and open summer car # 6 (both built in 1894) is on the way from Wilderswil to the Schynige Platte, near Schöneg... (more)
The steam train of the Schynige Platte Bahn (SPB) with cogwheel locomotive H 2/3 # 5 and open summer car # 6 (both built in 1894) made a stop in Breitlauenen for taking water. The man with hut is ... (more)
Cogwheel steamlocomotive H 2/3 # 5 of the Schynige Platte Bahn (SPB), built in 1894 by SLM Winterthur, shoving open summer car # 6 up the mountain, crossing a bridge below Stepfegg, between Breitl... (more)
Cogwheel steamlocomotive H 2/3 # 5 of the Schynige-Platte-Bahn (SPB), built in 1894 by SLM Winterthur, shoving open summer car # 6 up the mountain above Breitlauenen. The passengers and the conduc... (more)
Railcar BDe 4/4 # 5 of the 1 meter gauge line from Le Locle to Les Brenets, operated by Transports Publics Neuchâtelois (TransN). This vehicle was built in 1950, when the 4,2 kilometer long line w... (more)
This ZP class, 4-6-2, narrow gauge steam locomotive, named 'Buland'(Stentorian), served more than 35 years on Pulgaon-Arvi line in Vidarbha region. Central railway fully refurbished it and is pres... (more)
This logging Mikado, a Baldwin product of 1922, has been a longtime fixture at Avery Park in Corvallis, OR. The smokebox had been decorated with a wreath for Christmas.
J. Neils Lumber Shay No. 5 being worked on by volunteers inside the IRM steam shop.
J. Neils Lumber Shay No. 5 is in the final stages of restoration inside the IRM steam shop. Once a staple of the operating fleet, the Shay hasn't been under steam in nearly two decades.
The headlight of the G 3/3 # 5 is newly lit by the driver. The tiny 0-6-0 steamlocomotive, built by SACM Grafenstaden in the Alsace/France in 1890, ran for the Lausanne-Echallens-Bercher Railway (... (more)
Small steam loc with name 'Tigerli' (= little tiger) in front of his depot at Sihlwald
Number 5 passes Oberalppass whilst working the 1314 Disentis-Andermatt
Friendship in city border with Macedonia