Sun, sea, sand and ALCOs... What more do you need?!
The morning commuter train pulls into Mount Lavinia station hauled by one of the distinctive MLW built M4 locomotives - African cabbed (although not in Africa!) MX620s powered with an ALCO 12-251C... (more)
Whilst not the most handsome locomotives, the DI class of MLW are my personal favourite of the ALCO powered engines in Tunisia, and thankfully these "freight only" engines see semi-regular passeng... (more)
Sometimes locomotives seem to follow you around and in a small island like Sri Lanka - thats quite often. Here MLW #749 is seen running "long hood forward" into Galle with a train from Matara to C... (more)
Just yards from the lush tropical beaches, Montreal built #749 blasts through Mount Lavinia with an afternoon express train to Galle. See more at www.youthwith.fotopic.net
MLW built M4 class #749 pauses at Panadura (just south of Colombo) with a Vavuniya to Galle train. See more at www.youthwith.fotopic.net
Three MLW's ,A454-464-458, on the head of a northbound freight.
After 3 days of snow the sun is here.Special weather for train spotting ! A454 led on a freight to Athens.
Three MLWs,A503,A509 and A455 pull the new one snowplow for the Hellenic railways. This snowplow is a gondola with a lot of rails on it to give some weight.Greek smartness !
A pair of MLW's MX620 is ready to run,A459 and A453, at the off side an MLW MX636, A509 and baby Alco DL532B A205.
Head-on collicion between a local passenger-4003- and a local freight-80100. The yardmaster did a dreadful mistake and 56 passengers wounded.The strange is that the light weight dmu unit derail th... (more)
Many locos arresting this night.