The Mallet 442-54 is leaving the Massawa port with a short freight train. Massawa was once the largest and safest port on the east coast of Africa but suffered terrible damage during the independe... (more)
The Mallet 442-54 is shunting in the Massawa port.
The Mallet 442-54 is leaving the Massawa port with a short freight train direction Asmara.
The Mallet 442 54 is leaving the Massawa harbour with a short freight train bound for Asmara.
The freight train is shunting between the harbour and the station. In the station, a few locals are waiting for their bus. They are all sitting in the shade as the temperature was still close to 3... (more)
Our charter freight train is seen here running on the causeway linking the two islands Batse and Taulud. The port of Massawa is the largest natural deep water port on the Red Sea. The city of Mass... (more)
The Eritrean Railway Mallet 442 54 is shubting its freight train in the Massawa harbour.
The Eritrean narrow gauge Mallet 442 54 is shunting in the harbour of Massawa on the shore of the Red Sea.
Massawa is a port on the Red Sea and the temperature there is always very high combined with a high humidity. Therefore, the best place to stay is in the hotel room with the air condition or in th... (more)
Having passed through the station loop, Mallet 442.59 takes its train past the mosque and down the largely deserted main street of Damas.
The signalman flags the Mallet-hauled charter through the loop at Damas.