"Crocodile" Ce 6/8 II # 14253 of SBB Historic in Erstfeld is leading Ae 4/7 # 11026 of association Mikado 1244 in Brugg, crossing the lower Wattinger bridge over the Reuss river on the Gotthard no... (more)
Ce 6/8 II 14253 is a rare sight on swiss rails. On this saturday it made a few trips from Erstfeld to Airolo and back.
"Crocodile" Ce 6/8 II # 14253 of Erstfeld depot, built in 1919, is meeting a Re 460 with an Interregio train on the middle Meienreuss bridge in Wassen, with the famous church in the background.
"Crocodile" Ce 6/8 II # 14253 with a short passenger train in the Wattinger curve near Wassen, viewed by about 40 photographers and videographers from several countries.
TRANS EUROP EXPRESS trainset RAe TEE II # 1053, built in 1961, is crossing the lower Wattinger bridge on the way from Bellinzona to Zürich.
The famous "crocodile" Ce 6/8 II # 14253 from Erstfeld depot with a passenger train on the middle Meienreuss bridge with the legendary church of Wassen, which can be seen three times from the diff... (more)
The first Re460 in Fiat advertising colors is climbing without difficulties the Gotthardpass at Wassen.
Very unusual relief train for a blocked ICN on the Gotthard line near Wassen. Re 4/4 II 11133 (a former Swiss Express loco, which has still the SBB symbol on the front), a cab car BDt, several sta... (more)
Re 4/4 II with a fast cargo and post train from Härkingen to Cadenazzo on the lower Wattinger bridge near Wassen.
A top and tail consist of Re 4/4 II (11144 at the rear).
Re 420 346 (Re 4/4 II in Cargo paint scheme) and Re 6/6 # 11678 in multiple are pulling a freight on the 2.6 % grade through the "photo curve" near Wassen, with Chli Windgällen mountain in the bac... (more)
Higspeed tilt train ETR 470 005 running as Eurocity 21 from Zurich to Milan near Wassen.
Almost leaving the spot, and what a nice surprise.
Re 6/6 # 11616 together with a Re 4/4 II in multiple (also called a "Re 10/10") pulling a freight on the northern Gotthard ascent near Wassen. In the background 2986 meter high Chli Windgällen.