313 and 963 make hard work of climbing the bank from Rum with an empty train for the loading terminal at Aqaba Hedjaz
304 and 303 climb the short grade from Rum to the protected area of Wadi Rum.
302 and 306 are seen rounding the tight curve in the Wadi Rum protected area on there way from Aqaba to Aqaba Hedjaz loading terminal.
304 and 303 are seen departing the protected area of Wadi rum soon to be approaching the desert town of Disi, The train had departed Aqaba port some four hours earlier and is heading for the north... (more)
704 and 702 are seen passing through the protected area of Wadi rum working from the Aqaba Hedjaz loading terminal to Aqaba with loaded phosphate.
315 and 303 work into the Wadi rum desert area, with northbound empties for the loading terminal at Aqaba Hedjaz. seen passing a wonderful outcrop of rock.
Seen again with the northbound working from Aqaba port to the mine at Hisa, It takes alot of luck to get infront of these train in the Wadi Rum area, and you need to keep out the way of the local ... (more)
Seen working through the protected area of Wadi Rum, near Disi, with the temperatures around 40 degrees,
302 and 316 again the same northbound train from Aqaba before sunrise, seen in the Wadi Rum area just before Disi. This train is for the northern mine at Al-Abyad.
302 and 316 head a northbound train from Aqaba before sunrise, seen to the west of Wadi Rum
314 and 310 head south at Wadi Rum with a train from Hedjaz, in late afternoon sunshine in the stunning scenery of Wadi Rum.
316 and 310 head south at Wadi Rum with full load of phosphate bound for the port of Aqaba
412 and 313 work south through Wadi rum, with a loaded train of phosphate for the port of Aqaba
310 and 957 head eastbound through Wadi rum towards the town of Disi, with a train for the most northern mine at Al-Abyad, some 130km south of the capital Amman