Look, no wires! Tram No 33 passes Birmingham`s, Roman revival style, town hall, on a service to Wolverhampton. Trams run on batteries over this section from New St station to Centenary Square.
Metre gauge Appenzeller Bahn emu No 33 leaves Notkegsegg station on a service from St.Gallen Hbf to Trogen on the line of the former Trogen Bahn. One of the previous series of emus, No 22 stands i... (more)
End of the line! The wolverhampton to Birmingham tram line has recently been extended to Birmingham New St station. Here tram 33 is seen in the turn-back siding at New St.
Driving U.S. Route 30 across Nebraska in the 1960s is a continuous variety show. Here come GE U50 33 and EMD DD35B 72B, a 10,000-hp combination, booming along eastbound, east of North Platte on Oc... (more)
The sole motive power of the Worlds of Fun Railroad leads a train uphil towards the station.
With Bulgham Bay as a backdrop, open crossbench car number 33 with trailer 59 and van 4, descend past Ballaragh while working from Ramsey to Douglas on the Isle of Man.
One of the hardest working steam engines out there is this 40+ year old Crown 4-4-0 that runs daily over a 2.5 mile loop of 36 inch gauge track near Kansas City. Take my word for it, this engine s... (more)
Steam Engine No.33 is in the shop building being prepard for the (Trade) with Ohio Central
Remote control mine critter loading hoppers at Mapco's Martiki Mine on NS's Wolf Creek Branch in Martin County, Ky.