60017 passes Plumley whilst working 6H02 from Arpley to Tunstead
Silver liveried Class 60 loco 60066 at Standish Junction with the Robeston to Westerleigh fuel tanks,on a glorious Spring day.
Class 185 locomotives were selected by DB Schenker in large numbers and are currently the standard locomotives. Parts of the series are also equipped and approved for use in Switzerland, France an... (more)
In Würzburg-Zell there is a change of engine driver for some freight trains. The Marienberg Fortress, one of Würzburg's landmarks, can be seen on the hill in the background.
Some of the locomotives of the class 145 are already over twenty years old. Here 145 072-5 was on the way on track 4413, with which the Haltingen shop was bypassed westwards. Trains no longer run ... (more)
The use of refrigerated wagons across Europe used to be a normal thing. That time is over. Today, refrigerated containers are used. In this respect, it is remarkable that the Swiss SBB Cargo has o... (more)
Side by side: 185 from DB Schenker and BB 437059 from SNCF FRET. And this on Swiss soil. For the onward journey to Germany, at least one 185 must be removed from the train or switched off. In cont... (more)
The six-axle locomotive class 151 was one of the most powerful electric locomotives in the DB. Here 151 131-0 had to transport a train with small transport vehicles from the manufacturer FIAT from... (more)
185 144-3 was en route to Switzerland in the best autumn weather. This locomotive belongs to the series (185 085 - 149), which were equipped with two additional pantographs and the train protectio... (more)
The engine driver of 155 259-5 put on the brakes. The braking resistors emit the heat through the roof, and the following cars seem to be pushing themselves onto the locomotive. Originally made in... (more)
In the last of the evening sun 60017 passes Normanton on Soar working 6E45 14:05 Westerleigh - Humber empty fuel tanks
66035 at Fiddington with a steel train.
60074 passing Standish with a petroleum service.
66174 with an automative train on the Great Western Main Line at South Moulsford, Cholsey.
66070 approaches Swindon with a steel train.