Cafè de s'EstacióA Sóller-Palma service stops at the charming Bunyola station, where a "Cafè" with a shadowy terrace welcomes the thirsty tourists.
Streetcar No. 23 (ex CARRIS Lisbon) runs with two trailers on the waterfront, having just left the Port de Sóller is seen in the background with destination: Sòller.
At the end of a hard work day, the streetcar #24 (ex-Lisbon) comes back at night to the shops with a broken axle. On the following morning, it will be repaired and ready for the tourist crowd.
Vintage inspection car: this antique beauty is not in a museum. It is still in the shops today and in perfect condition. I bet they use it from time to time. I'd love to see it on the main line!
The Ferrocarril de Sóller travels through a pine tree forest south of Bunyola.
After getting out of the 2856 meter long Tunel Major ("Great Tunnel", barely visible in the background) under the Serra d'Alfàbia (Alfàbia Hills) in the Tramuntana Range, a Palma-Sóller ... (more)
The "Tramway de Sóller" division "Ferrocarril de Sóller" has another type of tram service in addition to those called "Solleric."
It is a few tram ex CARRIS Lisbon which have been refurbished ... (more)
Seen from the Villa Maria estate, a Sóller-Palma train passes the Villa Francisca, a remarkable Art Nouveau house with its surprisingly Asian-looking pagoda (on the upper left part of the picture)... (more)
Thirty loads of wood logs pulled by 269´s 090 and 098.
I had never seen such a situation, the Plaça Constitució in the center
of Sóller is a strictly pedestrian area.
It is crossed by the track of the "Tramway de Sóller" that connects the train ... (more)
A Sóller-Palma train south of Bunyola, lit by the setting sun.