5 feet 6 inch gauge MLW / ALCo No 755 "Mahaweli" arrives at Anuradhapura with a freight from Vavuniya in 2005. The loco, a class M4, was built in Montreal in 1975.
Cab view of 1968 built, English Electric No 1802. These locos were based on the British Rail class 50. They remained in service unil 2001.
The engineer of battery loco "Linda" turns the points (switch?), ready for the return run, at the Atlas Coal Mine Museum in Alberta.
BGCM 1639. I believe this loco is almost 60 years old, being built for ATSF in 1956. It still looks good in 2015 , seen departing Lewiston towards Spalding.
Taken from the appropriately named "Dog Beach Park", BNSF 7660 leads a train off the long bridge into Sandpoint.ID. on a very warm June evening.
This railcar looks a bit strange as power for a short ballast train. Seen at Pingdingshan in 2003.
ALCO 3842, built in Schenectady in the late 1950s, arrives at Mach with the 1330 Quetta to Lahore, The Chiltan Express.
4-6-4 + 4-6-4 Garratts 392 and 381 are seen on shed at Thomson Junction in 1990. Both locos date from the late 1940s.
A tiny shunting loco is seen at the loco depot at Stralsund in 2000.
Back in 1989, shed staff and train crew pose for a photo at Dabhoi junction in Gujarat, India. The loco, ZB 59 is a 2-6-2 built by Bagnalls of Stafford, England, in 1952.
Back in 1990, a 750mm gauge 0-8-0, PX48 class, heads a very short freight near Gniezno.The load consists of a single standard gauge wagon, between the loco and caboose.
2-10-2 QJ No 3594 and an SY 2-8-2 are seen at the servicing point at Shuangyashan in 2002.
2-8-2 No SY 1102 propels wagons over the hump at Shuangyashan in 2002.
3 DF4s and a DFH3 on shed at Changchun in 2002.
Local men wait to unload coal from wagons which are being positioned by loco number 10 at Fuli Mine. I have just noticed that the pantograph doesn`t seem to be contacting the live wire!