CP 1962 with a Portuguese Traction Group special train, seen in the Alcácer Bypass' very nice-looking bowstring-arch bridge.
CP 5619 with a container train to Sines.
Derailed coal wagons at Alcácer. Due to this damage (the track is still being reconstructed), the Alcácer Bypass was put to service, and trains are avoiding this location.
CP 4000 series Pendolino train with an Alfa Pendular service to Oporto, seen in the recently opened Alcácer Deviation, which features a very nice-looking bowstring-arch bridge.
CP 4705 with a typical container train to Sines.
CP 1570 with a welded rail train to Olhão.
CP 4004 crossing the Sado River with an Alfa Pendular service to Oporto.
CP 1563 with a welded rail train at Alcácer do Sal station.
CP 2623 and 2607 at Alcácer do Sal station with an empty petcoke train to Sines.
CP 5626 and 5623 with coal empties to Sines passing through rice paddies.
CP 4707 with a container freight train to Sines. One year after the inaugural trip (see http://www.railpictures.net/viewphoto.php?id=269202), this is pure routine.
CP 2291 E.M.U. with a Regional passenger train from Faro to Barreiro.
CP 4701 with a container freight train to Sines. This was the first time one of the new Siemens locomotives actually pulled a train.