The passenger train from Izmir is arriving at Esme. After a short stop it will continue to its final destination Alasehir.
The first locomotive of the TCDD class DE24000 was brought out for tests on 20 February 1970 in France. Subsequently, actual production of DE24000 in Turkey was about 30 units a year over 14 years... (more)
This freight train leaving the Bulawayo yard has something special. It is hauled by two locomotives belonging to two different countries. The head unit is a DE10A class from the National Railways ... (more)
In the late 1960s and after much hesitancy, TCDD decided for a full dieselisation program of their network. This meant that about 800 mainline steam engines had to be replaced. This was a big chan... (more)
After a runpast with the 56 548, the DE24 203 that was attached at the rear of our charter is bringing the train back so that the group can board the train and continue to the next photo stop.
The Anadolu express train coming from Istanbul Hayderpasha with final destination Adana is leaving the Afyon station.
Naci was the engineer of the DE24 203 that was used to push our steam charter freight train during the whole trip. The purpose of using the diesel locomotive was to save the water of the steamer t... (more)
The DE24 203 diesel locomotive was used as a helper at the end of our steam freight train. It is seen here entering the famous "rock tunnel" on the very scenic line between Güneyköy and Alasehir w... (more)
The passenger train coming from Kayseri makes a short stop at the Hacikiri station to pick up some passegers.
I am not sure if the VL23 class electric engines are still in service today in Russia. May be one of the Russian RP members has an answer to this question?