Snow-melt has churned up the tributaries of the Flathead River so no alpine blue colour to the water unfortunately.
Having been at this location for over two hours without a train, I decided to give it another five minutes before heading off. Four minutes later...
A colourful stack train brings out the best of the famous curves out of the Columbia gorge at Trinidad. The gravel works off Highway 28 provides a convenient viewpoint.
DB's Class 406 ICEs are now in use on the LGV Est between Frankfurt and Paris.
The LGV Est has many overpasses good for photography. This one is about twelve miles southeast of Reims.
On what used to be one of France's major trunk routes prior to the opening of the TGV Sud-Est, freight and secondary passenger trains are still numerous. The sleepy station at Blaisy-Bas, north of... (more)
Another southbound service races through the pleasant countryside of the Rhône valley. SNCF's response to the increased popularity of TGV services was to introduce bi-level Duplex trains in 1996.
Spring flowers are evident as another southbound service races through the pleasant countryside of the Rhône valley.
The series of tunnels in the narrow gorge of the Var provide a perfect backdrop for the CFP's small but charming railcars, as a single-unit heads towards Digne Les Bains.
Although not located on the route of the LGV Est, Reims has benefited from the new construction and now has a jouney time to Paris down to 45 minutes.
Viewed from my hotel room, a regional service heads towards Ventimiglia in Italy through spectacular terrain.
Officials discuss the progress of volume testing at Ebbsfleet prior to the new line opening the following week.
Ebbsfleet International station opened on 14th November as part of the 'High Speed 1' line to London St Pancras. This photo was taken the previous week during volume testing for the new line.
The Class 365s are used on services to Peterborough, Cambridge and Kings Lynn. They were originally built as dual-voltage units but are now used exclusively on 25 kV lines.
The 'Night Riviera' has arrived in Paddington as has the dawn sky. An identical class 57 was at the other end, which is normally the case on this train.