Giant construction area in the station Zürich Oerlikon: switch 'without switch', tracks, new and old crossties, barrier and the Regio Express to Zürich HB
Passengertrain from Hakata to Oita in the station Beppu, taken from the room in the hotel
croisement d'un train de containeurs et d'un TER Toulouse/Carcassonne
Taken with permission On September 13, 2013, after the severe floods throughout Northern Colorado, everyone began to do clean up work and will try to get things back to normal. BNSF Railway... (more)
Due to Left Hand Creek overflowing, flooding has occurred in much low areas in Longmont. Areas that were effected included BNSF Railway. Their East Yard seen here can be seen partially submerged i... (more)
In May 1961 a westbound Southern Pacific (T&NO) train derailed on the Colorado River bridge between Winchester and West Point, Texas, on T&NO's DALSA main line between Hearne and Flatonia, Texas.... (more)
A very interesting little tourist train: 'Tren Turistico Arenal'. 600mm gauge, length 3.6 km with tunnels and a loop. This train with the loc Diema stands in the valley station 'La Pequeña Helveci... (more)
Colorado & Southern Passenger Train Bulletin outside the Silver Plume, CO Dept which sits at 9,178ft above sea level and is 54 Miles West of Denver.
The early morning hours of September 7th I found myself in the historic college hamlet of Shepherdstown. The Norfolk Southern *former Norfolk & Western Railway* H Line from Hagerstown, MD to Roano... (more)
Tilt-train ETR 600 new livery "Frecciargento" passes on the Venice / Bologna line.
This Difco ballast car's classic friction-bearing trucks have been fitted with roller bearings.
Cisalpino from Zürich to Milano runs over this bridge near the station Airolo in the morningsun. In the background you see the road over the Gotthardpass to Andermatt
ICN (InterCity-Neigezug) from Lugano to Zürich runs over this bridge near Faido. On the left track near the house you see a small red flag, this track is closed for track-working
A westbound grain train knocks down the signal at Banff West.