Ice in May
IORE 108 "Torneträsk" and IORE 117 "Boden" passing one of the lakes that were still frozen in mid-May with an Iron-Ore train to Narvik.
SJ locomotive with intercity 168 to Stockholm near Vretstorp
A Swedish high speed train, connecting the two biggest cities of Stockholm and Gothenburg, is driving through the woods near Lövåsen.
Freight train with Rc 4 # 1188 of Green Cargo running through Alingsås westbound.
"Crocodile" Ce 6/8 III # 14305 of SBB Historic, on visit in Sweden during the event of celebration of 100 years after first railway electrification, is pulling a long rake of historic swedish cars... (more)
Some of the world's most interesting subway station designs can be found along the Stockholm Tunnelbana, where a handful of stations are left with exposed rock, painted in vibrant colors by variou... (more)
4 coupled X 10 electric railcars of the SL are crossing the 753 meter long and 26 meter high Årsta bridge from the isle Södermalm to the south mainland. The bridge, on its completion in 1929 the l... (more)
Diesel railcar Y7 # 1113 of the Statens Järnvägar, built in 1957 by AB Svenska Jernvägsverkstäderna Linköping (ASJ).
On the left Dm3 # 1246-1247-1248 of the LKAB, in the Railway Museum since 2013... (more)
Bo'Bo' diesel locomotive Td # 386 of Green Cargo. Rebuilt from T44 with new 1359 kW MTU diesel motor 2010/2011.
Electric 1'C 1' locomotive Da # 888 in the Swedish Railway Museum.
Electric three axle 720 kW shunting locomotive Ud # 854 of Statens Järnvägar (SJ), built in 1955 by ASEA and Motala, now operational in the Swedish Railway Museum. On the right F # 701.
3500 HP electric 1'Do 1' locomotive F # 701, built in 1949 by ASEA and Motala for the Statens Järnvägar (SJ).
The 273 ton three sections ore line locomotive Dm3 # 1246-1247-1248 "Oskar" with 7200 kW and rod drive was built by ASEA in 1970 for the line from Kiruna to Narvik, where she pulled 5200... (more)
1840 kW Bo'Bo' electric locomotive O # 214 of the former Bergslagernas Järnvägar (BJ), built in 1940 by ASEA and A.B. Motala Verkstad. The "GDG" sign on the front means Göteborg-Dalarna-... (more)
X 74 006 of MTR Express is leaving Göteborg as train 2024 to Stockholm. MTR Express got 6 of this 200 km/h trainsets from Stadler Rail in Switzerland in 2014/2015.