A gravel train, with the Re 4/4 II 11182 and the Re 6/6 11622 in the lead, climbing up the 2.6% grade on the Gotthard north ramp.
Interregio train 2414 from Chiasso to Zürich Mainstation with the leading Re 4/4 II 11140 and the sister locomotive 11132.
In September 2007, Re 4/4 II 11108 was one of only two locomotives left with the vintage "Swiss Express" Livree. Here it's pulling Eurocity 170 down northern ramp of Gotthard towards Ers... (more)
Re 4/4 II # 11140 from the first series, built between 1967 and 1968, leaving the 1090 meter long Leggistein loop tunnel on the Gotthard north ramp, with a northbound Interregio.
Re 4/4 II # 11164 with the Interregio 2313 (Basel-) Lucerne - Locarno on the Gotthard north ramp on the middle level of the loops of Wassen, with the church with graveyard on a hill. When driving ... (more)
A very rare sight are the only two Re 4/4 II locomotives still wearing the "Swiss Express" paint scheme from the 1970' pulling together a train. # 11108 and 11109 with Eurocity 163 TRANSALPIN from... (more)
An unknown Re 4/4 II (the side chrome digits are missing) with the poastal train from Cadenazzo to Härkingen on the middle Meienreuss bridge in Wassen.
The two lonely Re 4/4 II in "Swiss Express" paint scheme, # 11108 and 11109, are together pulling the 15 car "Venice Simplon-Orient-Express" (VSOE) from Basel via the Gotthard into Chiasso station... (more)
The Interregio trains between Geneva and Brig are pulled by Re 460 usually, because several sections are allowed for 160 km/h. But sometimes there is a Re 4/4 II, which can go 140 km/h only. IR 18... (more)
An Intercity train hauled by an Re 4/4 II is crossing the mighty Kerstelenbach Viaduct near the village of Amsteg. The view is taken from the very narrow road climbing up to the village of Bristen... (more)
Super power on the Gotthard line. A heavy freight train hauled by two Re 4/4 II and two Re 6/6 is rolling down the Gotthard north ramp direction Erstfeld.
Re 4/4 II 11164 hauling the Interregio (IR) 2414 from Zurich HB to Chiasso, here near Steinen.