Yet another Baldwin locomotive built for service on the Western Front in World War I. Seventy of these small ten-wheelers, nicknamed 'spiders', were built in 1917-18 for the British Army. After th... (more)
Triple composition of "Break" trainsets on the surroundings of Brussels North station.
The whole saturday afternoon line 39 was exploitated by museum railways.
Brussels first series of PCC cars, including this example, were delivered in 1952. Now 57, their last year in service is now upon us, and they may not survive until summer.
A light engine move heads NE underneath South Tower. The decorative (and support) tower just to the right displays the "B" of the Belgium regional trains.
The modern, colorful station complex building in Brussels sees dozens, probably hundreds, of trains each day, local to international express. Here, two trains set off simultaneously to the NE. N... (more)
Double Slip Switches! Plenty of interesting trackwork and lots of trains at the main Brussels station.
The South Tower (Tour du Midi/Zuidertoren) dominates the sky at the main station.
This TGV appears ready to launch down the track, but it will first ease its way through the city before getting up to 180 mph.
A TGV trainset eases into Brussels Midi to pick up passengers heading west.
Thalys maintains a few small on-platform shelters to supplement the waiting areas downstairs.
Operations are busy at Brussels Midi during the morning rush, with many crossover movements. The red signal holds in place a third train just behind the photographer.
ICE3 comming from Frankfürt enters the Brussels-North station.
A street scene in Brussels.
A North-American 2-8-0 near/at Brussels, rarely photographed in color compared to other steam subjects on the continent at the time. They were off the property a year or so later.