These trainsets could be seen on the dutch railways from 1960 to 2016 and could be seen almost everywhere in the country. Here at the Lageveense mill dating from 1890 near Lisse.
NS 2334 + 2327 with a heavy containertrain from Veendam to Rotterdam. The semaphores were removed in april 1989.
A small diesel of the Netherlands railways moves a string of hoppers around the terminal area in Utrecht.
A layover in Amsterdam afforded me an opportunity to ride to Utrecht, which I had read was the home of the Netherland Railway Museum. As it turns out, I was more ... (more)
As every year, the flower bulbs are in bloom again near Hillegom. The train is on its way from Haarlem to Den Haag Centraal. Due to the coronacrisis, there are hardly any travelers in it.
VIRM 9528 has just left the station in Heerenveen, running in Sprinter service from Leeuwarden to Meppel. Normally, these train sets are used for Intercity service, but due to corona the Intercity... (more)
A Netherland Railways work train threads its way south through the maze of tracks in Utrecht.
A 747 and a babyface (my terminology, not theirs) load passengers at Central Station Utrecht, Netherlands.
Southbound Netherlands Railways trains wait to depart Utrecht Central Station on a beautiful June afternoon.
NS 2948 + 2118 from Hoorn to Amsterdam via Alkmaar and Haarlem.
Two SLT trains perform station duties at Almere Oostvaarders station.
A 3car ICM passes through Almere Zuid station as the sun peeks through the heavy cloud cover.
An ICM arrives at Almere Centrum from Amsterdam Centraal during a snowstorm.
Passing America NS ICE has just passed the village of America on its way as the diverted ICE 159 from Amsterdam Centraal to Frankfurt (Main) Hbf