SPB locomotive No.62 'Alpenrose' propels another train slowly up hill between Breitlauenen and the summit at Schynige Platte. You can watch a video of this section of the line here: https://youtu.... (more)
Arriving diesel train from Gletsch in Oberwald. In the car with the stairway on the left side is a small kitchen for the volunteers of the steam company. When the sun is shining the lunch is outsi... (more)
There's only one place in Switzerland where you can enjoy a real diesel-hauled passenger train: The fabulous Furka Pass line, operated by the Dampfbahn Furka Bergstrecke. Here we're at the summit ... (more)
The Diesel train 241 of the Dampfbahn Furka Bergstrecke (DFB) from Gletsch to Oberwald is pulled by HGm 4/4 # 62 of the Matterhorn-Gotthard Bahn (MGB), leased by the DFB.
The train is ready to ru... (more)
Sun, wood and historic train at Tence
Be 4/6 # 62 and # 72 running as S18 from Zurich Stadelhofen to Esslingen.
Old east german Tram in a Special Advertising Livery, unthinkable before 1990 in socialistic Economies.
The locotracteur was built 1890 by Fives-Lille.
The locotracteur was built 1890 by Fives-Lille, the first two passenger cars are coming from Switzerland. Billard has constructed the railcar in 1939.
The locotracteur was built 1890 by Fives-Lille, both closed passenger cars come from Switzerland.
The Lake Shore Limited hustles toward Syracuse, NY filled with passengers heading home for Christmas, and the weather today is a bit more mild than it was the day before.
Switching, even without any freight wagons.
Freight Trains Count Down 6 Days. A pair of old EMD moving back to running shed under light rain right after their mission is finished. At the siding, few MOW wagons sit deadly.
Freight VF12 was cancelled for almost 2 years when two railraods merger. I finally got my first VF12 photo since it was re-operated on January 18, 2010 which replaced 3 others freight trains. All ... (more)
Triple locomotives for freight VF08! Never imagine the triple locomotive is now as common as or even more common than single locomotive!