The SNCF BB 25687 still wearing the green livery is waiting for her next duty at the Mulhouse station.
The TGV PSE #91 has been named after the city of Mulhouse on the 27th of September 1986. To celebrate this event, the trainset has been exposed at the Mulhouse railway railway station that day.
The BB 16615 is leaving the Mulhouse station with a "Metralsace" passenger train running between Basel and Strasbourg.
The BB 15028 hauling a long rake of older Swiss passenger coaches is leaving the Mulhouse station.
A freight train hauled by the BB 16719 and a by a second locomotive of the BB 20200 class is leaving the Mulhouse station. The dual voltage locomotives of the class BB 20200 were used for the inte... (more)
Two RTG trainsets are leaving the Mulhouse station towards Strasbourg.
Portrait of the SNCF "oldy" BB 16693. The last locomotive of this class has been withdrawn from active service in September 2011.
A RTG trainset running between Strasbourg and Lyon Perrache is ready to leave the Mulhouse station on a cold february morning.
The SNCF CC 72068 is awaiting departure at the Mulhouse station with an express passenger train to Paris Est.
Ready for the departure! The 241 P 17 has been built in 1949 by "Les Etablissments Schneider". It has entered traffic on May 1950 allocated to Lyon Mouche depot. It was withdrawn on May 1971 from ... (more)
The impressive 241 P 17 has traveled many kilometers during this week end. Saturday, it came from Paris to Mulhouse. Today, it returned from Mulhouse to Le Creusot where the locomotive is based. I... (more)