"Schienenbusse" of association "Freunde des DDM e. V.” .
Two French steam engines in Switzerland: 241A65 is owned and operated by Swiss association 241.A.65 in Full, 241P17 is coming from France of association Les Chemins de Fer du Creusot.
This unit was built in 1927 and imported from Oporto, Portugal . 300 units similar to this one were in service in Buenos Aires between 1907 and 1939 . Originally built by Brill ( Philadelphia, PA)... (more)
The two former Deutsche Bundesbahn "Pacific" express train steamlocomotives 01 202 and 01 150 are preparing to take over a 8 car train from Würzburg to Neuenmarkt-Wirsberg, with the yellow leafs i... (more)
What a show! Two former Deutsche Bundesbahn "racehorses" are starting their 8 car train from Neuenmarkt-Wirsberg up the "Schiefe Ebene" (line built in 1848!) with a grade of 2.5 % to Marktschorgas... (more)
Photo action in the railway museum. Switcher 323 852 (Köf II) on the turntable.
Two former Deutsche Bundesbahn "racehorses" are starting their 8 car train from Neuenmarkt-Wirsberg up over the "Schiefe Ebene" with a grade of 2.5 % to Marktschorgast. 01 202 of association "Paci... (more)
Former Deutsche Bahn "Pacific" express train steamlocomotive 01 202 of association "Pacific 01 202" from Lyss/Switzerland, on the turntable of the steamlocomotive repair works in Meiningen/Germany... (more)
Former Deutsche Bahn "Pacific" express train steamlocomotive 01 202 of association "Pacific 01 202" from Lyss/Switzerland, left the steamlocomotive works in Meiningen the day before after a nearly... (more)
241A65,a former SNCF enginge, is owned and operated by Swiss association 241.A.65 in Full.
Ec 3/5 3, a former tank engine of the Mittel-Thurgau-Bahn (MThB), is now owned and operated by Association Historic MThB (VHMThB).
This one began as C&O, then to CERA, then to Scoular Grain. That air conditioner arrangement seems to be popular. We saw others. The 110VAC comes from a little Honda generator. She appeared to... (more)
Railadventure 139 delivers two belgian units.
A brand new Canpotex Limited hopper from National Steel Car in Hamilton is in the process of moving to western Canada. Note the not one but two leading zeros on the car number, which is a rarity.