The Billard railcar date from 1940. Mallet steam locomotive 414 was constructed in 1932 by Société Alsacienne de Constructions Mécanique at Graffenstaden
A portrait of Billard railcar #214, built in 1940 in Tours, at the former railroad station of Troye on the "Chemin de fer du Vivarais". Billard was a French rolling stock construction co... (more)
Billard railcar #214, built in 1940 in Tours, is crossing the Arlebosc Viaduct, heading to Tournon on the "Chemin de fer du Vivarais". It is pulling a very rare post wagon. The line Tour... (more)
Ludmilla 233 214 departing from Nossen to Coswig.
Silo Ridge, a special charter operated by Metro-North takes in the autumn scenery as it coasts around Icepond.
Kleine Scheidegg is changing station between the 800mm gauge Wengernalpbahn and the 1000mm gauge Jungfraubahn. Beside of the railway station in early days of tourism mountain hotels were built her... (more)
1840 kW Bo'Bo' electric locomotive O # 214 of the former Bergslagernas Järnvägar (BJ), built in 1940 by ASEA and A.B. Motala Verkstad. The "GDG" sign on the front means Göteborg-Dalarna-... (more)
Shiny Ex-RENFE J16 with new livery after a general repair, passing next to the Malvinas War fallen monument.
The first through train direct from Grand Central Terminal arrives at the end of the line in Danbury after a long work day.
The tourist line between Tournon and Lamastre is reopened. The railcars Billard 214 and 213 are on the way to Tournon.
Autorail Billard 214 from 1940 with Remorques 3 and 22 on the historic narrow Gauge Line from Tournon to Lamastre in additional Service to the two daily Steamtrains.