The 2-8-2 N°51 built by Jung in Germany in 1955 (we have the same age!) is leaving Amman with a short train to Qasir.
MGB Deh 4/4-I 'motor luggage van' 51 awaits departure from Göschenen with a shuttle service bound for Andermatt, Switzerland.
Busy at the tram stops. There is a constnt stream of trams through Central throughout the day. Hong Kong has the largest fleet of double deck trams in the world with 163 vehicles. The only two oth... (more)
Built by Jung in 1955, Jordan Railways 51 is one of a small number of locos kept for special trains on the Hedjaz railway between Amman and Damscus in Syria. It is seen here at rest in the yard at... (more)
RhB 51 + RhB 56 with passenger train arrival in station Alp Grüm from St.Moritz and Bernina pass to Tirano.
Running into Alp Grüm together with No. 55 and in charge of a southbound local train.
As the sun sets Jung built 2-8-2 heads north towards Amman on the Hedjaz Railway Jordan.
Ex Wabash 43-Tonner leading a very short train during the Railway Nostalgia days at the Elgin County Railway Museum.
A rare LIRR caboose shows up on the end of some LIRR ballast hoppers