Here comes the next "exotic" rail / road vehicle from my collection. It was used on the CFR narrow gauge line operating between Tirgu Mures and Sovata. I believe that this vehicle is based on a Ro... (more)
A german ICE1 coming from Zürich is rushing through the Sissach station on its way to Basel.
Re 460 029 is leaving the Sissach station with a double decker train with final destination Basel. The Re 460 (popularly known as the Lok 2000) series are modern four-axle electric locomotives of... (more)
The most impressive structure on the line between Sissach and Olten is the Rümlingen viaduct, with its eight arches extending over a distance of 128 metres, 25 metres above the ground. It is the o... (more)
The two sections of the forest system at Covasna-Comandau are separated by an inclined plane first opened in 1886. The plane is entirely worked by gravity, the heavier loaded wagons pull up the e... (more)
The SAR 19D 2669 has just left Creighton and will soon start the climb towards Donnybrook. The train was a Geoff Cooke steam charter.
The SAR short tendered, domeless 19D 2669 is crossing the bridge over the Umzimkulu River between Creighton and Riverside. The train was a Geoff Cooke steam charter.
And the winner is ...... the cow! The train had to stop to allow the cow to continue his way along the track.
On the Romanian forestry railways it was very common to convert road vehicle into rail vehicles. This former Russian truck was used on the Comandau line.
Even he could not improve the weather that day!
The German P8 38 3156 is taking a sun bath in the Trostberg station.