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!
Back in 2000, a Thameslink 319 EMU arrives at Brighton from Bedford, while 47814 and an 08 shunt loco deal with the coaches of the Virgin service to Manchester.
Sandaoling has a large fleet of JS locos and just a few SYs. Here SY 1593 deals with cranes.
One of the ancient 2 feet 6 inch gauge railmotors is turned at Shimla prior to forming the 1625 to Kalka, a 5 hour journey!
Vintage electric loco 636 274 heads a northbound freight along Sicily`s east coast at Letojanni in 2004.
2-8-2 No SY 0150 climbs out of Yaojie with a coal train in 2005
SY class 2-8-2 No SY 1097 heads out of Yaojie with a coal train in 2005.
A JS class 2-8-2 is separated from it`s tender as it undergoes an overhaul at Sandaoling in 2005.
Semaphore signals! The conductor will operate the semaphore signal on the roof of his caboose to tell the loco crew "all clear" when propelling the train. Here a JS positions it`s train ... (more)