This Alvia train has just crossed the so-called "Conchas de Haro", a natural channel between limestone rocks produced by the Ebro river.
This Alvia train bound for Zaragoza is passing through the Rioja vineyards that show their winter colors.
The railway that crosses La Rioja region is located next to the Ebro River, bypassing its enormous meanders. This freight runs, slowly, through the last curve before arriving at Haro station
Between Miranda de Ebro and Haro the railway line runs through the vineyards of Rioja. On the crest of the mountains, called Riscos de Bilibio, is the hermitage and statue of San Felices, patron ... (more)
Locomotive Saint Leonard 030 built in 1889 in Liege (Belgium), which belonged to the railroad Torralba-Soria where served until the creation of RENFE (1941). The two wagons are fudres 17,000 liter... (more)