Inside the "Dépôt de Lausanne" (Lausanne engines shed), from the left hand side to the right: Re 4/4 II 11191, Re 4/4 I 10045, Re 4/4 I 10042, Re 4/4 II 11165.
Interlaken-Ost: end of the 74 kilometres (46 mi) long meter-gauge SBB "Brünig" line coming from Luzern and connection with the BOB to the Jungfrau. Since 2004 the Brünig is owned by the ... (more)
Ae 4/7 10953, Re 4/4 II 11244, Ae 3/6 I 10712
Swiss Crocodile family: the Grandmother
This is the Ce 6/8 I 14201. Built in 1918 in Switzerland by Brown Boveri in Baden and Schweizerische Lokomotiv & Maschinenfabrik Winthertur ... (more)
A regional train stands under the famous Lausanne station canopy. It is hauled by a Re 4/4 I built in 1948, from the first Re 4/4 I sub-series 10001-100026.
A group of Swiss soldiers walks to the station while the a local EBT train going to Biglen and made of RBDe 4/4 224, an EMU built in 1973/74 is making a short stop.
Four classic SBB engines:
Re 4/4 II 11188
Ae 3/6 I 10706
Re 4/4 I 10049
Ae 4/7 10987
SBB train on the BLS with an Ae 6/6
A Be 4/4 of the SMB (Solothurn-Moutier Railroad) works on a short freight train in the Bern Canton on the Emmental-Burgdorf-Thun-Bahn (EBT). This engine belongs to a small series built by Séchron ... (more)
The Ae 3/5 were built by Secheron (Geneva) between 1922 and 1925 in 26 units numbered 10201 to 10226. They were called "Petite Sécheron" (Little Secheron) so as to distinguish them from ... (more)
Bern SBB locomotive shops in 1981