Forest in the cab?? No, reflection from the forest in my background. Dieselloc in the depot at Realp
Beautiful morning in the Swiss Alps: Steamtrain for Furka - Gletsch - Oberwald leaves Realp. Right the loc from a special train for the 20 years-jubilee of the route from Realp to Furka
Beautiful steamtrain-scenery in the station Furka (2160 meters over sealevel): The blue train from Oberwald - Gletsch to Realp meets the red one. In the big tent is a restaurant. Right you see the... (more)
Chartertrain for sponsors (that's why the flowers on the loc) from Gletsch to Realp arrives in the finalstation. The name of the loc 'FO' is from the former company 'Furka-Oberalp-Bahn'. This comp... (more)
Steamtrain from Realp to Oberwald over the Furka-Pass leaves the station Realp. The name of the loc 'FO' is from the former company 'Furka-Oberalp-Bahn'. Left in the background you see the road ov... (more)
westbound Glacier express beginning the steep descend from Oberalp to Andermatt with cogwheel assistance.
Railcar No. 94 at Andermatt.
Glacier express passing the Lake of Oberalp at the summit of the namesake pass. Have a look at the snow sheds above the line.
A local train just reaches Oberalp pass summit. Trains are the only way to access this region during winter, as the pass road is closed.
Steamtrain from Realp to Gletsch - Oberwald in the station Furka (2160 meter over sealevel) in the Swiss Mountains
Control car ABt4152 leads descending MGB train down from the summit of Oberalp in direction to Andermatt.
This is narrow gauge mountain railroading with gearwheel assistance.
Regional passenger train in push modus and control car ABt4152 descends from the summit of the Oberalp pass
The wellknown "Glacier Express" is just finishing the descent from Oberalpass.
Cogwheel railcar Deh 4/4 23 "Randa" of the MGB, built in 1975 for the Brig-Visp-Zermatt Bahn (BVZ), is pulling cartrain A 2843 down from the Oberalppass. The train serves for the transport of cars... (more)