At -20° Celsius, fresh snow and the night rising a common photo spot looks quite different than normal. The Re 460 with its EW-IV intercity train is running from Thun (visible at the end of tha la... (more)
Many (special) vehicles in the station Spiez: in the foreground very special vehicles for track-working, in the middle a diagnostics-car from the SBB (Federal Railways Switzerland) and the Lötschb... (more)
During the summer it's quite rare to see the alps without any clouds on a sunny eveneing. Often some harmless cumulonimbus are wafting over the mountains. Not on that day so I've had the chance to... (more)
Almost a year ago and I had no idea this loco along with many of its sisters would be scrapped by the year end. The one time No 11486 'Burgdorf' looks fresh in its new SBB Cargo livery as it waits... (more)
Fresh snow is always a pleasure to deal with.
Here two Re485 from the BLS Lötschbergbahn are hauling a steel train through the old stopping point of Kumm. In the background the lake Thun is visib... (more)
Re460 representing Maurice-Lacroix watches with IC2000 cars is going to Interlaken
Ae 6/8 205 of the BLS, leased by Association Pacific 01 202 from Lyss, is pulling a "Lötschbergexpress" special from Lyss over Lötschberg and through the Valais. The train rolls along Thunersee ne... (more)
460 021-9 sporting publicity paint scheme, The locomotive "says" 2365 train drivers take you the equivalent of 2625 times round the world each year,in 4 different languages .
BLS 177 working the Golden Pass Panoramic express from Interlaken ost - Zweisimmen .
50 years RAe TEE II! Today (April 12th) exactly 50 years ago, the first completed electric multiple unit for the TEE (Trans Europ Express) system, capable to run under the 4 different power system... (more)
Pacific 01 202 from Lyss with a fast special Bern-Interlaken to the steam festival, is tackling the 1.6 % grade near Kumm between Thun and Spiez, in the background Lake Thun.
Aged BLS 1B-B1 electric No 302 from 1920 waits in Spiez station with a freight train from Bern on an August night in 1964.