Bow Coal at Jeff Junction - 2
The Bow Coal train has pulled past the operator’s shanty at Jefferson Junction... (more)
PRR E-44's and B&O F-units await assignments at RF&P's "Pot Yard". This was the major freight yard in the Washington D.C. area.
JS #5290 await its next duty at the Tonghua shed. The shed has been built by the Japanese in the 1930's in the form of a part roundhouse. The area of Tonghua became one of the last in China to use... (more)
Illinois Central ultimately acquired the very first SD45 produced by EMD. Prototype SD45 4351 became IC 7000 in January 1971. The 7000 lasted until 1987, when it was scrapped.
JS #5290 on the turntable of the Tonghua shed.
JS #5771 and #5290 are serviced at the Tonghua shed.
2-6-2 T steamlocomotive Eb 3/5 # 5810 of the Dampfbahn Bern (DBB) (Steam Railway Bern) on the way from Wolhusen to Langnau-Ramsei-Huttwil, entering Escholzmatt. The locomotive called "Habersa... (more)
2-6-2 T steamlocomotive Eb 3/5 # 5810 of the Dampfbahn Bern (DBB) (Steam Railway Bern) on the way from Huttwil to Wolhusen. The locomotive called "Habersack" was built in 1911 by SLM Win... (more)
JS #5957 at the Tonghua shed.
JS #5771 at the Tonghua shed. Back in 1995, steam was still active at the Tonghua shed, but the end was relatively close. A few diesel locomotives were already present in the shed, ready to take o... (more)
DF4 #4076 is waiting for her next duty at the Sujiatun diesel shed. The heavy shunter DF5 #1159 can be seen in the back.
Historic train denomined "Treno del Mandorlo in fiore" - by Fondazione FS italiane, from Agrigento to Palermo, composed by a electric unit E646 (in head), a electric unit E626 and 8 hist... (more)