In the foreground the steam locomotive, class CFR 142.044 in company of a class CFR 230.142 both in the sun on display inside the station.
Daytime Intercity train arriving from Milan slowly enters the Parma stop.
An ETR-500 class "Frecciarossa" high-speed train coming from Milano crosses this plain on its way to Bologna Centrale.
An ETR 526 of "Trentino Trasporti" is departing for the city of Trento as a regional service on behalf of Trenitalia.
High speed "Frecciarossa" train arriving from Rome in the late afternoon.
One of the CZ LOKO 744 locomotives (EffiShunter 1000) parked in Bologna Centrale, available for any assistance to all types of trains circulating throughout the region.
The "Trenord" regional train called "Caravaggio" is leaving for Milan Centrale, it is a high-capacity double-decker convoy, in this case made up of 5 elements.
Brief stop here in Verona on the Venice-Simplon-Orient-Express arriving from Venice and headed to Domodossola which is the border station between Italy and Switzerland. The convoy is moved by two ... (more)
GTS locomotive at the head of an intermodal train waiting for the green light.
Here is one of the new electric trains for the regional service called "ROCK" composed in this case of 6 elements with double-decker carriages, which with other versions of different cap... (more)
In the photo, a Trenord electric multiple unit (EMU) built by Hitachi Rail Italy, named "Caravaggio" made up of 5 carriages, awaits the departure time for Milano Centrale.
A Bombardier Traxx DC3LM - 494-559 (with last mile) of RAILPOOL rented to Captrain Italia stops in Modena together with a Bombardier TRAXX F140 DC - 483-303 electric locomotive rented by AKIEM als... (more)
Two trains called "POP" in the three-element version, joined together in multiple command, are carrying out the regional service between Bologna and Parma.
The train passes the station which is no longer in service, in the direction of Vignola.
This morning I photograph a recently overhauled "MERCITALIA RAIL" type E-412-019 locomotive, at the head of a container train.