The stylish train, dubbed the "red arrow", connects the capital city of Palma de Mallorca and the port town of Port de Sóller. It's a comfortable way to travel, where a train runs across... (more)
Historic railway from Palma (capital of the island of Mallorca) to the port town of Sóller.
In 1912 the railway from Palma (capital of Mallorca) was completed to Sóller and is still in operation until today. The train, at a distance of 7 km, traverses the height of 199 m, runs 13 tunnels... (more)
From Soller leads to the capital, Palma de Mallorca railroad train red arrow. Track project was approved in 1907 and also started the construction of thirteen tunnels long five kilometers. After s... (more)
Many people used to transport Soller in Mallorca stylish train, nicknamed the "Red Arrow", which is reachable directly from the capital Palma de Mallorca. It's a convenient way of traveling, durin... (more)
Palma de Malorca - Sóller (Station Bunyola)
The train set #2 was working the first train in the morning, and met the electric railcar #1 in Bunyola. The 7 people on the picture are all FS railroaders. Most of them had already been working e... (more)
Roster shot of a Ferrocarril de Sóller electric railcar in solo while shunting passenger cars in Bunyola.
Repairing a broken car (failed axle): these trains work a lot during the peak tourist season, which lead to some failures. Keeping in mind the age of the rolling sto... (more)
Cafč de s'EstacióA Sóller-Palma service stops at the charming Bunyola station, where a "Cafč" with a shadowy terrace welcomes the thirsty tourists.
The Ferrocarril de Sóller travels through a pine tree forest south of Bunyola.
Seen from the Villa Maria estate, a Sóller-Palma train passes the Villa Francisca, a remarkable Art Nouveau house with its surprisingly Asian-looking pagoda (on the upper left part of the picture)... (more)
A Sóller-Palma train south of Bunyola, lit by the setting sun.