One of my pending subjects as a railway photographer was the pursuit of a high-speed material transfer. The Talgo factory in Rivabellosa is less than an hour's drive from my home, but I have never received any information about the circulation of any of the many trains produced in this factory. Yesterday I was able to wipe this stain off my record and I did it in a big way because, as the transfer was carried out at 40 kilometers per hour, I was able to photograph it at three different points. The Talgo Series 106 train that appears in the image is part of the family of very high-speed trains called AVRIL. This branch, number 53, has a movable tread and can run on both Iberian gauge and standard gauge tracks.