On the Andean Altiplano at an altitude of 4214m (13825 ft) right behind the Cordillera, a shepherd and his dog watch after their sheep with a freight bound for Cerro de Pasco in the background. Vi... (more)
A US-built C39-8 of NS origin (modified to FCCA standards) passes the Chaupichaca bridge, also a US product. The structure was built in 1909 by American Bridge Co.
A loaded descending train negotiates curves in an oasis at the foot of the mighty Andes
Vertical world in the Andes
The 9268 Lausanne Paris has just entered France and passes the Doubs river.
A home with a view
The Regional Express Train #895715 Dôle-Pontarlier rounds the La Jpux curve in the middle of the magnificent La Joux pine tree forest
The Dôle - Vallorbe line was built for double track. Most of it was single tracked when the line was electrified in 1958 and a centralised traffic control system was installed.
With a manned helper (BB 27034) shoving on the rear, this Lausanne bound loaded grain train climbs the hill toward the Mont d'Or tunnel leading to Switzerland.
Lyria service #9261 Paris-Lausanne is just a few kilometers short of entering Switzerland, still climbing the grade leading to the Mont d'Or tunnel.