Steel freight from the Arcelor Mittal factory in Sestao at Subijana Pass
FS staff swiftly repair a streetcar so that it can return to service ASAP during the peak tourist season. These streetcars that are working between Sóller and Port de Sóller are the bread and butt... (more)
A Sóller - Palma train climbing to the Tunnel Major passes the monument celebrating the 75th birthday of the opening of the Ferrocarril de Sóller. No train stops here. The Pujol panoramic viewpoin... (more)
A Palma - Sóller train passes the beautiful 1987-built monument celebrating the 75th birthday of the opening of the Ferrocarril de Sóller. No train stops here. The Pujol panoramic viewpoint is fur... (more)
The train set #2 was working the first train in the morning, and met the electric railcar #1 in Bunyola. The 7 people on the picture are all FS railroaders. Most of them had already been working e... (more)
Roster shot of a Ferrocarril de Sóller electric railcar in solo while shunting passenger cars in Bunyola.
Repairing a broken car (failed axle): these trains work a lot during the peak tourist season, which lead to some failures. Keeping in mind the age of the rolling sto... (more)
Cafč de s'EstacióA Sóller-Palma service stops at the charming Bunyola station, where a "Cafč" with a shadowy terrace welcomes the thirsty tourists.
Streetcar No. 23 (ex CARRIS Lisbon) runs with two trailers on the waterfront, having just left the Port de Sóller is seen in the background with destination: Sňller.
At the end of a hard work day, the streetcar #24 (ex-Lisbon) comes back at night to the shops with a broken axle. On the following morning, it will be repaired and ready for the tourist crowd.
Vintage inspection car: this antique beauty is not in a museum. It is still in the shops today and in perfect condition. I bet they use it from time to time. I'd love to see it on the main line!
The Ferrocarril de Sóller travels through a pine tree forest south of Bunyola.