The iconic GLACIER EXPRESS, now designated as PE (Panorama Express) 902, from Zermatt to St.Moritz, is crossing the 65 mter high Landwasser viaduct, one of the highlights of the 7 1/2 hour journey... (more)
Ge 4/4 II # 617 "Ilanz" in the publicity paint scheme for 50 years Lehmann Gross Bahn (LGB, now part of the Märklin group) is pulling the Regio Express 1733 from (Scuol-Tarasp-) Landquar... (more)
Ge 4/4 II # 617 "Ilanz" of the RhB in the special paint scheme for "50 years LGB" (Lehmann Gross Bahn or Lehmann Garten Bahn, now part of Märklin). On the side of the locomotiv... (more)
Ge 4/4 II # 617 of the RhB with special paint scheme "50 Jahre LGB" is pulling the Regioexpress 1232 from Scuol-Tarasp to Disentis, between Malans and Landquart. Above the locomotive is 2310 meter... (more)
Sometimes we need to capture the trains, the scenery and even the structures from another perspective. Famous hot-spot at region of Mairink, the Eng. Acrisio Viaduct was always captured by the sam... (more)
CP 617 and 614 during the stop at Nine. The were on their way as Regional 3007 from Porto São Bento to Valença.
Sunset in Itu, with southbound loaded X44 crossing the viaduct at Km 199, between Itu and Convenção.
Ge 4/4 II # 617 and # 611 are pulling a Regio Express from Landquart to Davos Platz.
Ge 4/4 II # 617 with publicity paint scheme for "RE Power" is leaving Bever with train 1934 from Pontresina to Scuol-Tarasp. The San Giachem church was built around 1500 and rebuilt in 1... (more)
Northbound X35 heading from Acrísio to D. Catarina, photographed at Km 171.
Southbound X80 departing Canguera headed by AC44i #617, beginning the grade of Km 81.
Sometimes it's difficult to photograph the entire train. But we did it! Southbound L54 headed by AC44i #617 running from Descampado to Viracopos, at region of Campinas. This train had 71 cars and ... (more)
Northbound empty X77 standing by at São Carlos, headed by AC44i #617, still clean.
An overview of São Carlos yard at July 21st. It´s the second day of Model Railroad Show at station, and the big red ACs for sure draw some attention of the visitors.