The green/white 628 436 / 526 and the red 629 004 / 628 904 pass a bridge in the Danube valley on the way from Donaueschingen to Ulm.
Class 111 locomotives are among the last classic locomotives of the Deutsche Bundesbahn. This was followed by the class 120 locomotives with three-phase AC drive, which then finally prevailed.
With the new timetable in December 2020, newly delivered electric multiple units took over several lines of the S-Bahn Nuremberg and replaced push-pull trains with class 143 locomotives and the ty... (more)
Mirrored in the Elbe (Labe) river, a DMU on a U28 cross-border local service from Rumburk to Děčín (both in the Czech Republic) via Bad Schandau (in Germany) left German border station S... (more)
Diesel multiple unit during test drive. The train was produced by PESA Bydgoszcz SA for the German Railways (DB Regio). LINKs will be successively implemented into circulation replacing older BR 6... (more)
The line through the valley of river Pegnitz has a lot of iconic places, tunnnels and bridges. here a tilting Train class 612 is on the way to nuremberg. On the left side there is an old telephone... (more)
In 2013 DB Regio ordered additional LINT 41s for the operation of the regional lines Lübeck - Bad Kleinen - Pasewalk - Ueckermünde Stadthafen / Szczecin. These have the series designation 623 and ... (more)
The regional RB 3687 train, departing from Oberstdorf, passes through the meadows of the valley towards Immenstadt im Allgäu, then continues towards Augsburg.