ALCO in the rain. This loco was actually built as 5 feet 6 inch gauge for RENFE (Spanish Railways). It was then re-gauged to 1 Metre, to work coal trains on the Villablino to Cubillos Del Sil line... (more)
ALCo 3842, built in Schenectady in the late 1950s, leaves Mach with the Chiltan Express for Lahore. It will now continue descending the 4% grade Bolan Pass.
ALCO 3808 nears Kolpur with a Quetta to Sibi freight in 2001.
5 feet 6 inch gauge ALCo No 3817 was built in Schenectady in the late 1950s. It is seen here at Quetta in 2001, shunting empty carriages.
ALCo 3815 was built in Schenectady in the late 1950s. It is seen here in 2001, at Quetta, awaiting departure with the Abbaseen Express, the 18.30 to Peshawar.
Emerging from the morning mist, Alco 6002 on train 732,Barendra Express, 0600 Nilphamari to Rajshahi seen at Natore. The loco was built in Schenectady in 1965.
I saw this ALCo at Ciego De Avila, Cuba, in 2003. It is number 91401 and branded ACINOX. Does anyone know it`s history?
Late 1950s built ALCo No 3836 nears kolpur with the 1330 Quetta to Lahore, The Chiltan Express.
Back in 1993, 5 feet 6 inch gauge ALCo No 1552 calls at Abrantes with a late afternoon passenger train.
ALCO 3842, built in Schenectady in the late 1950s, arrives at Mach with the 1330 Quetta to Lahore, The Chiltan Express.
The Nickel Plate and another unit sit on display at Streamliner Fest in Spencer, NC.
Running a special on the narrow-gauge railway network in Pelopponese which is currently closed for regular traffic, Alco 9101 crosses the Achladokampos viaduct on the line between Corinth and Trip... (more)