Japan is a very rail-connected country, as seen here from my hotel room in Kyoto.
Rust tourists: a few men climbe on the dead steam locs
Two Shinkansen trains are about to depart Kyoto station. The train on the right is the one I took from Tokyo to Kyoto.
The City of Denver
This train runs through the village Aguas Calientes to the passenger station
This train runs without passengers through a small tunnel between Puente Ruinas (1859m asl) and Aguas Calientes, afterward he starts his trip toward Cusco. This train (and two others) in the stati... (more)
A mixed bag of locomotives and MOW equipment sits beside the CSX shops in Richmond, Virginia.
A Roger Puta photograph.
Farther up the hill, about to enter tunnel 5, the rear power units help lower a unit train of covered hoppers down the north side of the Tehachapi Mountains.
Not dangerous passing in front of the tramway
Rust and dogs: Two special visitors at the steam loc cemetery near Uyuni
A Paris Metro service crosses the River Seine on the 237 metre long Pont de Bir-Hakeim.Photographed from the Eiffel Tower.
Loading of sugar beets. This fall it is maybe the last time for rail transportation. In the next year, probably trucks will carry the sugar beets to the sugar refinery in Frauenfeld.