"Not much room in here!". The driver (engineer) of a 4 wheel electric loco looks quite cramped as it passes by at Fuli Mine at Hegang.
760mm gauge EMU 411 902 nears Trencianska Tepla on the 6 km run from Trencianske Teplice. The car was built in 1951.
7348 is seen at Pingzhuang opencast mine. The yellow object in the middle of the picture also seems to be a loco!
ChS4 locos No 063 and 208 are seen at the north end of Kiev station in the early evening (the station clock shows the correct time). The letters before the loco numbers are in Cyrillic, but transl... (more)
2 feet 6 inch gauge C2 0-8-0 No 03 waits for it`s train of limestone wagons to emerge from the tunnel at Dahuichang. They will be hauled on a cable to the loco. A couple of stray wagons litter the... (more)
Metre gauge Hyundai/Rotem/GM No 2914 leaves Chittagong with the 1500 to Dhaka, the "Mahanagar Godhuli."
Strange semaphore signals! English Electric 1406 arrives at Porto Campanha station in 1993. This loco was one of 10 of the class which were built in the UK in 1967. The rest were built by Sorefame... (more)
5 feet 6 inch gauge Alco ALU20 No 4410 heads north out of Samasata with a mixed freight in 1988. The loco was built in Schenectady in 1961.
Hungary received 20 of these handsome M61 locos in the early 1960s. Built under licence from EMD by Nohab in Sweden. Is it common to have cab heating from a radiator?
Metre gauge YD 2-8-2 No 520 leaves Mirpur Khas with the 1025 to Pithoro in 1988.
Metre gauge JDE-14 class No 2512 was built by Hitachi in 1980. It is seen outside the loco shed at Dhaka Kamlapur.
Steam hauled containers! 731 is a 4-8-2+2-8-4 20th class Garratt loco, looking far to big to run on 3 feet 6 inch gauge track. It is seen just a few miles from Victoria Falls in 1990.
Dabhoi Junction was a meeting place for several 2 feet 6 inch gauge lines in Gujarat. On our visit in 1989 all trains were worked by ZB 2-6-2 locos. Here No 85, built by Krauss-Maffei in Germany i... (more)
2 feet 6 inch gauge ZDM4A No 205 is seen being refuelled at Pathankot depot. This is the main loco facility for the Kangra Valley railway.
Yuanbaoshan coal railway had several JS locos fitted with large smoke deflectors, as seen here on 8418.