On the Sauschwänzlebahn 86 333 is crossing the brigde "Talübergang Epfenhofen", behind there is the "Biesenbachviadukt".
93 1360, a former Austrian steamlocomotive, is crossing the brigde in the Wutach Canyon on the Sauschwänzlebahn.
MOTX #6944 trails on the 35N as it heads to Decatur.
V 100 2335 leaves with a special train the "Tunnel am Achdorfer Weg" on the Sauschwänzlebahn.
P 8 2455 Posen is back on the Sauschwänzlebahn. The steam locomotive leaves the station Fützen and is going to Blumberg, where the passenger cars are staying overnight.
In the Valley of the Rhine Trains often run directly along medieval Towns and Castles. In Oberwesel there is a Path on the old Walls - perfectly to watch The Trains.
Majestic Mining #1 is pulling a cut of empties off of the B&O and is proceeding onto the former Buffalo Creek & Gauley tracks in Dundon, West Virginia. The operation would last another three years... (more)
The green railcar RBe 4/4 was built in 1959 and used by SBB until 2007. BDe 4/4 2 comes from the former Wohlen-Meisterschwanden-Railway. Both railcars are operated today by association Verein Dep... (more)
The Buffalo Creek & Gauley was an 18 mile line serving coal mines in central West Virginia. From an interchange with the B&O at Dundon, the railroad followed the Buffalo Creek to the Rich Run mine... (more)
The Re 425 193 of the BLS leads with three cars a very kurzern train as regional. In a few minutes the train arrives in Spiez, where he reached the terminus.
P 8 2455 Posen is back on the Sauschwänzlebahn. The steam locomotive is en route as light engine Fützen – Blumberg, where the passenger cars are staying overnight.
The Midwest Railway Preservation Society had a night shoot after their open house on May 9th. No. 123 posed with a short freight while a steel mill simmers in the background.
Loading of peat. BN15R (made in Czech Republic) is on the other side of train