A double headed mixed train hauled by the two Baldwin locomotives #16 and #4 has almost reached the station of Nahuel Pan on its way to El Maiten.
Today our train on the Viseu de Sus line was hauled by the 0-8-0T 764-211 named "Mariuta". This locomotive has been built by Orenstein and Koppel in 1910.
The forestry narrow gauge line in Viseu de Sus owns a large variety of railway vehicles not only for steam enthusiasts but also for diesel lovers as well. The daily production trains that are runn... (more)
At the end of the day, a long loaded wood train is rolling down the Vaser valley en route to the sawmill in Viseu de Sus. I am always impressed to see the length of these trains running on a 75 cm... (more)
Rural scene along the Viseu de Sus forestry line. An empty log train is passing through a little station en route to the loading point that is located at the end of the line.
The Orenstein and Koppel built 764-211 is leaving Viseu de Sus with an empty log train on a rainy September morning.
This old diesel railcar is still on regular use on the Viseu de Sus forestry narrow gauge line in Romania. Unfortunately, I could not find any information about this vehicle. Any input from RP.net... (more)
A converted Ford Transit cargo van is arriving at Coman. This little station lost in the mountains is located only a few hundreds meters from the border with Ukraine.
Two Ford Transit cargo vans converted to rail vehicles are waiting for the steam train to overtake near the Faina station. These "special" rail vehicles are a usual sight on the Vaser va... (more)
"COZIA-1" 764-408 is seen here near Novicior hauling an early morning empty train deep into the forest.
"COZIA-1" 764-408 has taken water for the first time a few minutes ago. It is now entering the Vaser valley on its way to the Faina.
"COZIA-1" 764-408 crosses a small bridge on the section between Bardau and Botizu.
"COZIA-1" 764-408 arrives at the Bardau station with an empty truck train.
The Santa Fe #205-7M is leaving Ing. Paz Ferreira with a long and heavy loaded coal train direction the port of Imbituba.
An empty coal train is storming out of the tunnel near Rio Fiorita. In a few minutes, the train will reach the loading point.