The six-axle locomotive class 151 was one of the most powerful electric locomotives in the DB. Here 151 131-0 had to transport a train with small transport vehicles from the manufacturer FIAT from... (more)
151 131 is a former locomotive of Deutsche Bundesbahn, now owned and operated by EGP (Eisenbahngesellschaft Potsdam). The train with empty cars is on the way from Singen to Deuna Werkbahnhof.
151 161 from Saar Rail heads a rake of torpedo cars from Dillingen steel works to Saarstahl Völklingen roll-mill. The train is loaden with liquid iron (temperature approx. 1400°C / 2550°F).
EGP 151 139 passes Thüngersheim area with 151 039 DiT and a southbound container train.
RBH 266 & 274 (151 084 & 127) pass Winningen area with an empty set of coal wagons. In the background highway A61 traverses the Mosel Valley at a height of 136 m.
151 033 from EGP Potsdam heads a rake of tank wagons through the Main Valley near Wernfeld.
162.003 from Hector Rail passes Denzlingen station with a southbound intermodal.
151 060 from Lokomotion heads a southbound intermodal from Munich to Kufstein.
151 012 from DB Cargo heads a rake of flatbed cars northbound along the river Main.