... and right after the meet!
Also check out sister picture #467549 shot right before the meet.
Right before the meet...
Have also a look at the picture #467550 that shows the same steam train at the same location right a... (more)
Having a windscreen wiper is sometimes really useful... A local train from St. Moritz to Tirano pushes this Spurpflug ("track plow"), which has multiple blades to clear snow even between the rails... (more)
The first train of the day has to clear all the snow drifts that have accumulated during the night because of the strong winds. For that purpose it pushes a low-profile plow (called "Spurpflug", "... (more)
Short stop at Alp Grüm. Normaly, the restaurant would be closed on this time, but for the crew of snowblower 954 03 they keep it open. After hard work at Bernina Ospizio with 1.5m (~5 feet) new sn... (more)
Hard work for the new Bernina-snow blower. Xrot mt clean the tracks from a snowy night on Alp Grüm.
Brig-Lyss Charter in the Rhône Valley
Presentation of two fireless steam locomotives, built 1987 by RAW Meiningen in the German Democratic Republic. The dining car is for potential customers.
Steamtrain of association Dampfbahn Bern (DBB) with locomotive Ed 3/4 # 51 and two former BLS firstclass passenger cars of standard type I (now Extrazug.ch) is running through Mülenen station bet... (more)
Shunting with a rope on the tracks of the former station of the Spiez-Frutigen Railway. The locomotive pulls the car on a rope and goes into the left track, the cars roll into the right track towa... (more)
Steamtrain with locomotive Ed 3/4 # 51 of association Dampfbahn Bern on the 1.0 grade from Emmenmatt up to Signau. The locomotive was built in 1906 by SLM Winterthur for the Bern-Schwarzenburg-Bah... (more)
Steamtrain with locomotive Ed 3/4 # 51 of association Dampfbahn Bern on the Kander viaduct of the Lötscherg mountain line near Frutigen, on the left the ruin of Tellenburg.
V 100 2335 and 01 202, a former Deutsche Bundesbahn express train steamlocomotive of association "Pacific 01 202", are crossing the border between Germany and Switzerland.
When the first southbound train of the Bernina line orbits the more then 180 degree panoramic curve in Alp Grüm and draws a weak line, an intensive morning red illuminated the sky.
To clear the Pontresina station from the snow, this is conveyed with a snowblower on a flat car, transported with the diesel vehicle Tm 2/2 # 98 on the open line and dumped there.