The 10.05 Intercity from Lecce leaves Rimini to resume its 11 hour journey to Milano.
Shunting a Calais to Rimini (via Basel) summer holidays train. The first car is Swiss, the next ones are French.
Two diesel shunting locomotives, right in dark red livery, a very popular model the D.225
The other in the green livery, an older model the D.245 class with very few units in service.
This electric "Minuetto" is rarely seen in Rimini, just a couple of times a year and after events like this morning, with advertising livery.
Scanned from slide.
This I see today is the automotive diagnostic called "Caronte" stands for "Car On Technology" located on the tracks of this depot and that in the coming days will travel to control systems: SMCT-g... (more)
On the left a steam engine FS.685 class, waiting to move.
While a FS.640 class and a couple of FS.740, resting in the sun on display in front of the depot.
Doors open in the rain at the locomotive depot of Rimini.
Some trenitalia rolling stock, on display on the tracks of the Rimini depot.
A good pair at rest.
DMU ALn.668.05 ER "Gonzaga" with historic livery, while leaving the locomotive depot of Rimini.
The electric loco E.656.289 stationary on the track of depot, surrounded by other rolling stock, expects the time to enter into service.