Smoke, smoke in the air
181 201-5 is a two-system locomotive for 16 2/3 Hz, 15 kV AC (DB; Germany) and 50 Hz, 25 kV AC (CFL; Luxemburg and SNCF; France).The engine is the last one painted in blue.
The local freight train from Koblenz to Wetzlar was very short that day...
If there is a reason why the vertical format was invented, it is this bridge across the river Lahn. The steel construction was build in 1948 as a provisiorium after WW2, but was never replaced.
Scene from the RSE museum in Asbach/Westerwald.
One of the older trainsets of the DB passes Oberwesel and its famous towers and castles.
A TEE color scheme BR 103 235 negotiates a big curve under the popular old towers at Oberwesel along the Rhine river valley.
S1 to Bad Schandau on the Elbvalley Railroad
a brandnew tilting trainset for the Swiss SBB is dragged by a E120 over the Highway 8. Probably it is going to the Siemens test Center in Wildenrath.
two IC meet on the 1044m long viadukt over the river Ens
Nordwestbahn arriving Dortmund Hbf.
Nordwestbahn departing Dortmund Hbf.
Captrain 189 108 with a papertrain from Italy to Dortmund passes the vineyards of Boppard at the left bank of the Rhinevalley.