Narrow gauge railways are still clinging on in some of the more remote areas of India and here the morning train from Malsar is approaching its destination of Dabhoi in the Gujarat plains. A few y... (more)
As the first rays of morning sun sneak through, ALCO 16353 of Ludhiana shed waits to depart with the daily Jammu Tawi to Ahmedabad train which it will haul to Firozpur (210 miles away) where an AL... (more)
On a cold and cloudy morning in the Rajasthan desert, a pair of ALCO YDM4s arrive with a train to Jaipur to pass an opposite working. With the march of progress both the metre gauge traction and t... (more)
Secunderabad to Jaipur express is one of the first few passenger trains started on newly constructed Navi Amravati to Narkher railway line. It runs with new design passenger coaches that have been... (more)
Kolhapur bound express train emerges out of tunnel number 3 in Shindavane. Fellow rail-fan trying to capture the same train from opposite hill.
16227 enters Jakhal Junction under an impressive array of semaphores with a Ludhiana to Hisar passenger train.
6729 waits patiently at Nindhar Benar to pass an opposite working on one of India's few remaining metre gauge lines.
SBI YDM4 No.6402 arrives at Ahmedabad with train 52913 12h35 Ranuj to Ahmedabad Passenger on 13th February 2014.
ABR WDM3A No.16354 arrives at Ahmedabad with train 19224 07P40 Jammu Tawi to Ahmedabad Express on 13th February 2014.
YDM4 No.6674 shunts the carriages from the 05h00 Marwar to Mavli Jn Passenger into the sidings on 6th February 2014. The stone loco shed in the background was only built in 1930! It looks far ol... (more)
The crossing keeper looks on as YDM4 No.6733 stands at Fatehpur Shekhawati with train 02094 14h00 Churu to Jaipur Passenger Special on 5th February 2014.
YDM4 No.6694 approaches Chomun Samod with train 52084 12h10 Sikar to Jaipur passenger on 4th February 2014.
A pair of Erode shed's WDG-3A's chugging through Shindavne ghat with BCNA load.
Mornings first rays illuminate the top of passenger as it cuts through the dense fog in Shindavane ghat.
Niligiri mountain railway is the meter gauge hill-railroad which operates between Ooty at 2200m above mean sea level and Mettupalaiyam at 330m. The steepest gradient on this 46Kms. section, is 1 ... (more)