A tourist train is leaving the Viseu de Sus station hauled by the 764-421 named Elvetia (Switzerland). On the right side, the Orenstein and Koppel built 764-211 is being prepared to haul our chart... (more)
A tourist train is leaving the Viseu de Sus station hauled by the 764-421 named Elvetia (Switzerland). On the left, a railcar is waiting until the steam train has cleared the line to go up the lin... (more)
On the Romanian forestry railways it was very common to convert road vehicle into rail vehicles. This one seen in the Viseu de Sus yard is based on a Bucegi type truck built in Romania by Roman in... (more)
764-408 is shunting an empty train in the Coman station. This is the end of the Visu de Sus forestry line. The border to Ukraine is located at only three kilometers from the station.
A steam train from Viseu de Sus to Coman is resting at the Valea Babii station. A Bernd Seiler charter.
A weird home-built vehicle at the Viseu de Sus forest railway (Felsővisói Erdei Vasút).
No water tanks on this Romanian forestry railway. The wood fired engines just pull up to a pond or stream and pump the water up through a hose. And it still happens on a regular basis in 2006!
Hard to believe it is 2006, and in a country that will soon be part of the EU. Wood burning steam backing up diesels on a link and pin railway operated with only engine and hand brakes. The burea... (more)