A lonely PCC waits for a few last riders before heading back to the center of town. This lonely looking scene differs dramatically from the happening place that is now central Scheveningen at nig... (more)
In 1949 The Hague ordered two PCC cars from St Louis Car Co, constructed for European rear-entrance operating patterns and narrower dimensions. The second of the pair is seen here in 1967, newly c... (more)
PCC day in The Hague, with 1210 followed by 1304+1337+2101 and 1022.
Car 1302 of 1971 has been rebuilt into a Party-tram.
From the rear, the The Hague PCC cars look most like their American cousins. Museum car 1022 of 1952.
6430 shows it's new livery, 6440 has only received a patch-job.
Part of the cavalcade celebrating 100 years of electric tramcar operation are 1927 built rail-cleaner 2 and salt-trailer 14.
Class 1100 with German Railways coaches.
1848 (former 1648) with the Intercity train from Venlo to The Hague Central.
During weekend construction work on the tramstation at Central Station, routes 2, 3 and 6 are diverted.
9476 has just left the Central Station of The Hague.
Class 1700 electric locomotive hauling former Deutsche Bahn (German Railways) coaches.
919 and it's sister 909 are two of the 1964 class "Plan V".
1225 hauling an intercity train.
1224 with an international ski train at The Hague CS.