Tom Golden photo.
A duo of ETG turbos races through Achères on its way to Normandy. The engineer waves to the photographer. Today, the risk is high that he would call the Railroad Security (SUGE)!
A duo of first generation ETG turbotrains coming from Caen is approaching Paris St Lazare station. The ETG shortened the travel times on the Paris - Cherbourg and Paris - Deauville lines by about ... (more)
First generation turbo
A 2 years-old ETG turbotrain is ready for departure for Caen in Paris Saint Lazare station. It is surrounded by old passenger cars: ex-ETAT on the left and “... (more)
A Caen depot RTG arrives in Paris, probably coming from Cherbourg. The first turbotrains on this line were the first generation ETG. Given their success, they were replaced by the new generation R... (more)
Amtrak Rohr Turboliner No. 163 with southbound train 248 flies out of a tunnel bore through Breakneck Ridge at Cold Spring, New York at 9:21 a.m. on April 11, 1991.
RTG T2077 and 2081 converted into high speed tilting train (HVP) called Axis.
Amtrak Train 281 the westbound Mohawk is speeding by CP 215 just east of Little Falls, NY.
7 years before the first electric TGV, Alsthom (then with a "H") together with Brissonneau, MTE and Turbomeca built a high speed turbotrain because the first ... (more)
A Turbotrain with Pantographs?
7 years before the first electric TGV, Alsthom (then with a "H") together with Brissonneau, MTE and Turbomeca built a high speed turbotrain because t... (more)
Boarding passengers await as VIA's afternoon nonstop TurboTrain run between Montreal and Toronto slows for the pickup at suburban Dorval, Quebec. From here the speedy train would make no further p... (more)