115 383 is pulling the inter city train 282 to Stuttgart on the Gäubahn.
NeSA (Eisenbahn-Betriebsgesellschaft Neckar-Schwarzwald-Alb) 100 2335, built 1966 for the Deutsche Bahn.
Due to a technical defect on the normal operating steam locomotive, the diesel locomotive 36 204 is pulling the train on the heritage railway.
Regio express 19040 from Singen to Stuttgart with the two car articulated trainset 426 014 and the four car articulated trainset 425 005.
The morning regio express 19036 from Singen to Stuttgart is the only one left with old comuter cars on the Gäubahn.
The classic locomotive 115 261 is pulling intercity train 184 to Stuttgart.
Push-pull train with cab car Bt 50 85 28-94 978-0 and locomotive 460 021 as interregio from Zürich to Schaffhausen.
To have enough modern trains vor the morning rush hour, the HzL is using the 1981 built diesel car VT 121 vor the "student train" HzL 88036 from Geisingen-Leipferdingen to Immendingen.
The 115 114 was built 1957 and is the oldest "Einheits-Lokomotive" (standardised electric locomotives) still in service.
421 394, leased by SBB passenger service from SBB cargo division, with IC 281.
Intercity 187 on the way from Stuttgart to Zürich with the leading Re 4/4 II 11204.
Father's Day special Train with the diesel locomotive 36 204. The 36 204 was built 1939 for the German Armed Forces and since March 2014 in the fleet of the heritage railway „Sauschwänzlebahn“.
The 101 032 is one of 145 BR 101 locomotives built by Adtranz between 1996 and 1999 with a top Speed of 220 km/h (136.7 mph) and a power output of 6,400 kW (8,583 hp).
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The Hohenzollerische Landesbahn (HzL) train with the two diesel rail cars VT 239 and VT 231 on the way from Geisingen-Leipferdingen - Rottweil.
Commuter train to Bräunlingen with the two diesel rail cars VT 242 and VT 232.