A passenger with the JR-cap in the driver's cab at the rear of the shinkansen. The speed is about 180 km per hour, you see the tachometer on the right side
Turbopane? Newly installed duct work for a switch heater looks to me like it'll get the job done. Located at the junction of the Buchanan Branch and the Pokey at Devon.
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It's been decades since the last train of Carbon County coal departed from the small town of Clear Creek, Utah. The D&RGW held hope that the last active mine would return to service, so the Pleasa... (more)
Close of the wagons going 60km/h, leaving the tunnel of Burnt Hill.
Golden Pass Panoramic VIP car (Ast 152) getting ready to depart for Montreux. You can reserve one of eight up front VIP seats with a grand view of the Swiss countryside! The driver sits in a bub... (more)
Known more for it's lack of water than abundance, it would be a surprise to many to hear that the worst problem a railroad can face in the desert is too much water. Widespread heavy rains during t... (more)
90 highway minutes removed from the glitz of Las Vegas, Afton Canyon would seem to be an entire world away from Sin City. Yet at night, the Vegas lights fill the air, making their presence felt fa... (more)
The Milky Way and a million stars shine bright over the signal bridge at Henry House, AB.
The traditional British seaside. A second-generation D.M.U. approaches Dawlish station on a bright summers day,no doubt bringing more holiday makers to this popular resort.