A locomotive Re 620 is en route with loaded tank cars from Basel to Schaffhausen.
A Re620 heads a freight train Dotternhausen (Germany) - Eclépens.
A locomotive Re 620 heads a freigth train from Limmatal yard to Singen in Germany.
Along the Rhine Falls Re 620 678 is en route with loaded tank cars from Basel to Schaffhausen.
Due to construction work in Italy, all international freight from/to Gallarate was rerouted over the Lötschberg route instead of the Gotthard route. For the climb on the steeper ramps, SBB Cargo ... (more)
The SBB Cargo locomotive Re 620 083 is pulling a mixed freigth train to the shunting yard Basel-Muttenz. Behinde the leading locomotive is the diesellocomotive Am 843 072 dead in tow.
The SBB Cargo locomotive Re 620 058 is leading a autorack train with new Volkswagen cars to Lupfig.
SBB Cargo locomotive Re 620 029 is leading a heavy tank train to the Limmattal shunting yard.
SBB Cargo locomotive Re 620 080 with a southbound intermodal train on the Bözberg south ramp.
Re 620 # 065 "Ziegelbrücke" (with missing blazon) is pulling the Holcim gravel train 67889 from Hüntwangen-Wil via Bülach-Winterthur-Romanshorn VL to Heerbrugg, along the pond at Ried... (more)
The two SBB Cargo locomotives Re 620 010 and Re 620 078, each of them with 10700 hp, leaving Zweidlen station with a fully loaded gravel train.
Re 620 # 085 (Re 6/6 # 11685) of the SBB is pulling the freight train 68761 from Buchs SG via Sargans-Ziegelbrücke-Thalwil-Lenzburg-Olten-Burgdorf-Bern VL-Thun-Lötschberg Base Tunnel to Visp, en... (more)
RailAdventure Re 620 003 heads 103 222, a former express train locomotive of Deutsche Bahn, and the panorama car "LUXON", a former Trans Europ Express dome car.
Re 620 # 047 "Bex" is pulling the fuel oil tank car 69531 from Basel Birsfelden rhine harbour via Bözberg-Regensdorf-Eglisau to Schaffhausen freight yard, on the Bözberg north ramp bet... (more)
This freight train had more than enough power on the Gotthard north ramp. In use were the locomotives Re 620 087-7 (formerly Re 6/6 11687) with the coat of arms of "Bischofszell", Re 4/4... (more)