6 hours after Kalitta-airlines' 747 slid off the runway at Brussels Airport, train traffic continues.
Common sight to see 3 B-Cargo engines in front of a cross-border freight train between Gremberg (Germany) and Antwerp (Belgium). Train has already crossed the German border and is moments from arr... (more)
Famous railway crossing N° 13 on the line between Lille and Tournai. 2 years ago, a freight train got into the way of several cyclists during the final op Paris-Roubaix 2006, but nowadays train tr... (more)
Built by the Montreal Locomotive Works, Quebec in 1946, No 29.018 waits to leave Denderleeuw with the 17.07 Aalst to Haine St.Pierre train as diesel No 212.154 approaches with the 16.23 Schaerbeek... (more)
A former Prussian State Railways 'P8' 4-6-0, originally No 2492 Essen built in 1918, arrives at Oudenaarde with the 15.18 Renaix to Gent St.Pieters train. It was one of 168 of these locomotives g... (more)
As the storm continues, a Series 16 "Polycurant" with an Oostende to Koln Fast Expres - Belgian National Railways/German Federal Railways (first car is a baggage wagon) - comes to a stop and the ... (more)
The rain is coming down in sheets and the sky is turning frightening colors as this local "Automatrice" stops in Bruges. The AM54s were bult in 1954 by Belgian firm La Brugeoise et Nivelles and w... (more)
This Brugeois-Nivelles electric motor is in charge of the "P train" I just rode from Bruxelles. When delivered in 1954 to the SNCB, it was a Series 122, but was reclassified as a Series 22 in 1... (more)
On a very dreary day, with a storm moments away, a Belgian National Railways Series 62 diesel sits among the multiple tracks in the Bruges station. This was a Series 212 when delivered in 1966 (t... (more)
Train from Somain (France) to Antwerp (Belgium) passing Schoonaarde village on a terrific day.
Former NS series 2201-2350 in three different liveries