Iron ore train bound for the port of Narvik, Norway. Old side-rods still in use today.
The ”Serpiente de Oro”
The Chilean “Serpiente de Oro” (Golden Snake) looks similar to the “Little Joe” but it is not the same locomotive. It is a 6-motors 4500HP 2CC2 while the L... (more)
The Swiss Classic Train (SCT) of owner Andrew Cook with the italian E 626.443 and E 626.225 during a photo stop at Dervio on the shore of Lago di Como. The train run from Tirano via Sondrio-Lecco-... (more)
103 235-8 is passing the station Cologne/Trade Fair Deutz with its IC1806 "Hanseat" to Hamburg Altona. Now thet train drives with a complete historic waggon set.
Yes, these Italian beauties are still alive in Chile, although they are difficult to catch in action (which is not surprising with latin ladies). This unit was bo... (more)
The Sr1 is a class of electric locomotives built for VR (Finnish railways). These 25kV locomotives were built in the Soviet Union at the Novocherkassk Electric Locomotive Factory between 1973 and ... (more)
597m in 16.73 km
The very reason why the SQM has kept electric traction is the steep grade section between the sea level and Barriles. At Quillagua siding - about two thirds of... (more)
Electric locomotive EP1M-493 with passenger train on train station Rostov-Glavny, Rostov's region, Russia.
87004 named "Britannia" and still in BR blue livery departs Tryavna after a photo stop on the (11.20) Gabrovo - Kazanluk leg of the PTGs tour .
45 172 in station Simitli.
The GySEV's first advertising locomotive. Joseph Haydn Taurus.