Christmas card scene. Metre gauge 2-10-2T No 99 7232 climbs towards Brocken with the 1025 from Wernigerode.
Metre gauge 2-10-2T No 99 7232 climbs towards Brocken with the 1025 from Wernigerode. This photo was taken from a downhill train which is in a siding to let the uphill pass by.
A pair of SY 2-8-2 locos go about their business at Jalainur, on a very cold morning in 2003
8 trams from 200 and 700 series are seen at the northern terminus of the Changchun tram line. This is route 54, even though it is the only line!
Decorated QJ 2-10-2 No 6911 heads east from Lindong with the morning passenger train to Tongliao in 2003.
Roof riders! Metre gauge 2917 nears journey`s end at Dhaka Kamlapur with the 0730 from Sylhet.
Sunrise. An unidentified SY 2-8-2 crosses the river at Haishiwan with a train for Yaojie in 2005.
An unidentified QJ 2-10-2 heads a coal train, including a manned caboose, south of Lindong in 2003.
Back in 2004 many of the narrow gauge steam locos from the Ponferrada to Villablino line were dumped at the edge of a rail yard in Ponferrada. Steam lingered on this line until 1989!
3 QJs in one train! 2-10-2 6996 heads a train towards the summit of the Jing Peng pass in 2003. Eagle eyed viewers will spot the 3rd loco in the train consist, looking fresh from the workshops, an... (more)
Metre gauge DLW No 2801 crosses the Pantha Path Road in Dhaka with a train of pilgrims heading to the Biswa Ijtema festival at Tongi.
On Sicily`s east coast, a class 656 leaves Taormina with the 0800 Siracusa to Messina. The 10,900 feet, snow capped, Mount Etna, dominates the horizon. This is still an active volcano.
A comparison of 2-8-2 loco classes in China. Left is a JS and right is an SY class. Both are in the scrap line at Baiyin in 2005.
2704 negotiates the complex, dual gauge trackwork as it arrives at Dhaka Kamlapur with the Joyantika Express, the 0730 from Sylhet.
A market in the Malibag area of Dhaka spills across the mixed gauge main line, just over a mile from Dhaka`s main station. For a view of a train passing through see...