Good times. Who would thought that this would disappear in a few months later? Now everything is green, CVRD paint scheme left longing to EFVM Railfans.
A single GEVO pulling 130 loaded ore cars passing through the Amazon forest after depart from Carajás mine, its a dangerous place for railfanning, many Jaguars and others wild animals live here.
A dirty GEVO leading a empty ore train, leaving the São Luis island under the sunset light.
Old Ladies pulling 120 loaded grain cars arriving at São Luis island.
Cabin view of a GEVO that was leading an empty ore train, stopped and waiting to meet with another consist.
A single GEVO leading an ore train with 330 cars, working together 2 DPU units, this is the most powerful locomotive in Brazil.
A couple of SD70M leading a loaded ore train with 340 cars and 2 DPU (SD70M + Dash-9W).
A long and heavy ore train passing through the bridge over Pequiá River, this consist have 3 GEVO (1 leader + 2 DPU) and 340 loaded ore cars, about 45.000 tons.
Rare trains, empty ballast train meeting with a loaded pulp train, the sounds of 20-645E3B of DDM45 was insane.
EFC passenger train, departed from São Luis at 08:00 AM, starting their journey of 16 hours of travel to Parauapebas - PA.
First cabin view of a SD80ACe, looks like a SD70ACe but with operational devices of Vale (CGC and ATC).
A couple of Dash-9WM acting as a helper of an iron ore train passing through the bridge over Pequiá river, i took this pic while i was visiting my great friend Cristiano Oliveira (RP contributor) ... (more)
GE C44EMI + AC44I acting as a helper in the end of a ore train that was heading to P1-7 yard for diesel supply of locomotives and then, head to Rio de Janeiro.
The favorite locomotive of EFVM railfans!
Empty ore train passing through the bridge over the "Doce" river, 1242 was rebuilt to work with Diesel and Natural Gas.