Railcars of FCE (Railway Circum Etnea) that run every day around the volcano Etna
Three-phase electrification required 2 contact cables and dual pantographs. The Italian 3-phase network worked with 3,6 kV 16,7 Hz voltage. It was converted to 3KV DC in 1976.
One of the two E190's owned by this cargo railroad waiting before Padova station.
ETR (Elettro Treno Rapido, maximum speed 250 km/h) at the station Reggio di Calabria wait for scrapping
Localtrain between Ancona Marittima and Ancona Main Station in the evening sun. The distance of this railway line is only about 2 km
Localtrain meets big ferries at Ancona Marittima in the evening sun. Here the ferries start and arrive from/to Greece and other countries at the Mediterranean Sea. The distance of the railway line... (more)
Sad!! Elegant ETR (Elettro Treno Rapido, maximum speed 250 km/h) at the station Reggio di Calabria wait for scrapping. In the background the peak with snow is the active vulcan Etna (3323 meters o... (more)
Two 'red arrows' and one 'white arrow' at Napoli Centrale: the Frecciarossa on the left side waits for departure, in the background this Frecciarossa leaves and on the right side the Frecciabianca... (more)
High speed train 'italo' leaves Napoli Centrale
High speed train Frecciabianca (white arrow) at the station Milano Centrale
Localtrain leaves the station Milano Centrale
High speed train Frecciarossa (red arrow) leaves the station Firenze Santa Maria Novella in the morning sun
Clear view for the engineer of the next Frecciarossa (red arrow, high speed train)