After about two years for renovations in Meiningen Steam Locomotive Works, the former Deutsche Bundesbahn express train steamlocomotive of association "Pacific 01 202" is back in Switzerland. 01 2... (more)
A forlorn GE 25ton sitting on the eastern end of track of Promontory. It was lettered for Harvard Steel Storage and carried no number.
On the 2'0" gauge Mulgrave Mill system Clyde HG-3R 0-6-0DH 19 passes under the 3'6" gauge Kuranda Railway with 19 ten tonne bins loaded with sugar cane from the Barron River.
After about two years for renovations in Meiningen Steam Locomotive Works, the former Deutsche Bundesbahn express train steamlocomotive of association "Pacific 01 202" in Lyss came back today to ... (more)
Phosphate de Gafsa GE102 sits at the loading tracks of the Seldja phosphate mine. As the mine is strictly off limits for visitors this shot was taken from the evening train to Redeyef. When you lo... (more)
41 018, a former steamlocomotive of DB, operated today by Dampflok Gesellschaft München, is crossing the Rhine bridge between Schaffhausen and Feuerthalen.
At the end of 1950’s, 10 “Panoramique” diesel railcars were in operation on scenic lines in France. 4 Panoramic railcars are preserved, only one is in operation by association AGRIVAP.
Red Bud is in bloom at McClure, VA in April 1980. My friends David DeVault (in the hat) and Pete Morrisett (hands on hips) check out the "McClure Shay." The guy in the wife-beater under-shirt is a... (more)
This place seemed to be in a bit of a time warp - the ancient Alco, the brick warehouse, and the small brick depot (not pictured) which had apparently experienced a fire. As far as I can tell it ... (more)
The Pacific 03 2155 - with a Special Train from Meiningen to Eisenach, Thüringen, Germany
Em 3/3 18814is pulling a train of association VES (Verein zur Erhaltung der Eisenbahnlinie Etzwilen-Singen) from Rielasingen (Germany) to Etzwilen (Switzerland).
Logging railways through the woods were inexpensive and impermanent by nature. Narrow gauge, light rail, widely spaced ties and more often than not, cobbled equipment was the norm in the latter 18... (more)
03 2155-4 on a sunny autumn morning
Railcar X 4039 is operated by association A.B.F.C in Dijon. The cabin for the engineer is above the roof. The second railcar X 2403 belongs to the Chemins de Fer de la Haute Auvergne.