The 750 mm narrow gauge locomotive 99 4652 is arriving at Warthausen with a passenger tarin from Ochsenhausen.
Laboring here in a relentless drizzle is about the biggest 0-6-0 that anyone could ever build, dwarfing the pacing pickup truck along Railroad Street.
After World War II, a number of locomotives from the Heeresfeldbahn (military field railway) were peacefully employed on various narrow gauge railways in East Germany. 99 4652 was one of three loc... (more)
The impressive CNJ 0-6-0 No. 113, panned crossing Beckville Road. The "6S46" on the side of the cab signifies its railroad classification- "6-wheeled Switcher, 46,000 pounds tracti... (more)
One of the Colorado Railroad Museum locomotives with a unique work history is UP 4455 (0-6-0). It was built in 1920 by Lima Locomotive Works and worked the Denver rail yards until it was sold in 1... (more)
33 504 and 236 from Kreka
33 504 from Kreka
November 11th, 1918 marked the end of WWI. The anniversary is celebrated everywhere in France. In the railroad domain, a unique sounds and lights show was set up at the Burnhaupt station of the “T... (more)