Talgo Lorca-Barcelona at Callosa de Segura. Near the Talgo, you can see the almost complete line of high speed Madrid-Murcia.
In 2007, to mark the 125th anniversary of the Bilbao-Durango railroad, was held a special trip with the steam locomotive "Aurrera" and the train of the Railway Museum in Azpeitia. Machi... (more)
In 2007 the railway operator Fesur was established. To develop its activity, commissioned to CAF the construction of nine locomotives Bitrac. When locomotives were built, we were in 2009 with the ... (more)
Train Talgo Lorca-Barcelona at Librillas.
The tourist train Al Andalus leaving behind Linares station in its six-day trip through Andalusia, which begins and ends in Seville.
With the ROSCO division, Renfe is renting overage locomotives to the private companies operating in Spain. With a curious paint scheme reminiscent of the colors of the Navy, the Vossloh 333.323 ha... (more)
The Association of Railroad Friends of Madrid (AAFM) has preserved the so-called "Train of the eighties" composed of different cars and it is particularly remarkable for its original a... (more)
Talgo Madrid-Almería at Moreda.
A wonderful setting, a perfect light and the most spectacular train that can be photographed in Spain. Is it possible to ask for more? Well, I know it is totally impossible, but if the train would... (more)
Steel freight Aranda-Santurce at Delika.
Two isolated locomotives running fast on the snowy landscape of Pancorbo station.
After leaving an aluminium freight in the yard of Burtzeña, a pair of GE U10B returns to the terminal of Lutxana from where they will depart with an empty freight.
Built in 1964 by GE in Erie, PA, these indefatigable locomotives had been reassigned in recent years to ancillary services, but ultimately are in charge of major trains, such as this Aluminum frei... (more)
Comsa´s steel freight Aranda-Santurce at Delika.
With the first rays of sun of the day, Continental Rail freigth to Santurce at Llodio.