In Barreiro CP 1501, 1458, 115, 1904, 1937, 1454 and 1457 are waiting on their next service. CP 1501 was brought back in its origanal livery to commemorate 50 years of diesel traction in Portugal.... (more)
CP 1810 and 1225 are entering Barreiro Apeadeiro with SUB. 17107 from Barreiro to Setúbal. CP 1800 class, build by English Electrics was rarely used for hauling suburban trains.
CP 1457 with SUB. 17214 Praias-Sado - Barreiro during the stop at Barreiro Apeadeiro.
CP 1201 is approaching its destination with SUB. 17008 from Pinhal Novo to Barreiro. In the background 1218, 1501, 1221 and 1507 awaiting their next ride.
A busy moment between the sheds of Barreiro and the station. From the right to the left CP 1104, brought back in the original dark green livery to commemorate 50 years of dieseltraction in Portuga... (more)
CP 1937 on the turntable in Barreiro. In this shed were most of the locomotives stationed, that served in southern Portugal.
CP 1219 is returning from serving the refinery in Barreiro. Getting ther was only possibe over the terrain of the sheds of Barreiro. The plant was closed several years ago.
CP 1463 has just left Barreiro station with SUB. 17209 from Barreiro to Praias-Sado and passes the water tower of the sheds of Barreiro.
CP 1459 with SUB. 17123 from Barreiro to Setúbal is about to depart at Barreiro station. Barreiro was until 1999 the station of Lisbon south of the Tagus. To get in the city centre there were fre... (more)
CP 101, build in 1949 by Nohab in Sweden, CP 1325 (ex-RENFE 313-007-7), CP 1909, build by Alstom and CP 106 in the roundhouse of Barreiro. CP 101 was brought back in the original colours to commem... (more)
English Electric No1805 shares the shed at Barreiro with class 1900 and 1400, and some Nohab DMUs.
Without any services, inside of GOB, Barreiro.