HGe 4/4ii 105 climbs away from Hospental with GEX 909
FO engine 105 is ready for the climb from Disentis to the pass of Oberalp with a Glacier Express in tow. At Disentis, there is always time for an engine exchange from RHB to FO cogwheel power.
The race is on! NMRX train # 511 races traffic on I-25 as it heads south towards Albuquerque at La Cienega,NM 5/3/12
MGB No. 105 arrives into Bungei station upgrade from Disentis.
A class S2 Electric locomotive is switching passenger cars in the Mott Haven Passenger Car Yards (looking West, North of the 153rd St Bridge). New York Central intercity passenger cars were servic... (more)
Along one side of the lane in the pedestrian area adorned with orange trees, some tram can run in battery mode as an alternative to overhead, as advertised on the front.
HGE 4/4II 105 with a Glacier Express at the Lake of Oberalp. This Glacier Express is also called the slowest Express of the world, due to the steep grades through the Alps.
The Glacierexpress leaves the Tunnel / Gallerie built as shelter against avalanches at the lake of Oberalp, 2044 meter about sea level.
A Los Angeles Metro blue line train stops at the aptly named Pacific Station at the corner of Pacific Ave. and 4th St. in Long Beach.
Mountain locomotive HGe 4/4 II with gear wheels for the steep grades pulls a short Glacier Express along the Lake of Oberalp, 2044 meter above sea level. Above the rails, snow sheds are visible, t... (more)
A couple of Nohab railcars rest at Remedios de Escalada, before running the night service to General Alvear.
Gyékényes-Barcs shunter is working at Vízvár station.
AS the Sun begins to rise the Claremont and Concord crew are headed down into the yard to grab there cars for the day.
AS the Sun begins to rise the Claremont and Concord crew are using the wye at WRJ.