This sign of the "Camino de Santiago" shows the pilgrims the way to Santiago de Compostela (over 900 kilometers from here) while passengers of #220 make their way to Murcia and Cartagena.
Southbound loaded steel coils freight passing by Chinchilla at an unusual hour.
Empty steel coils train passes near the small village of Bete(Albacete) on its way back to Asturias, in the north of the country.
Renfe heritage locomotive 251.004 pulling a steel freight near Alpera-Albacete.
"Iberian Steel" freight from Portugal is rolling down near Almansa towards its destiny at Sagunto (Valencia).
Loaded with steel coils this train heads south from Asturias to Valencia.
Talgo train heading to Valencia pulled by class 252 and carried another 252 in tow.
Train #220 leaves its way under catenary to take the horseshoe curve that is the beginning of Chinchilla - Cartagena diesel line.