Not often can you feel a sea breeze while riding on a tram. Sometimes you might even get splashed by sea water.
Duewag N8C - new ZKM's tram imported from Dortmund, Germany. It is very quiet and has comfortable seats. I like it very much.
Interior of an interlocking tower at Gdansk Olszynka station.
Interior of a cab of the Bica Funicular Car. Through the front window you can see a Rua de Bica de Duarta Belo and Tagus River passing the capital of Portugal.
Glória Funicular became a tourist attraction as you can see people of Lizboa often chose not using it even when they are going to higher town at Santa Pedro Alcântara.
Interior of a cab of ATR220 produced by PESA for FER Ferrovie Emilia Romagna, here on the TRAKO - International Railway Fair 2009.
Interior of a cab of 060DA (ST43 in PKP). TRAKO 2005
First time in my life I had a chance to see dancing flames in the steam locomotive's boiler.
In Katowice people don't have any respect for trams... especialy old ladys.
Bica - one of three funicular tramline in Lisboa.
Modernised ET22 in a new paint scheme and with new head lights and this weird air intake looks like Michael Jackson! TRAKO 2005.
In Lisboa red trams ride on turist lines, yellow ones are a part of public transport.
I would like to thank the guy with a fishing-rod for agreeing to participate in my composition. Hope he has caught a gold fish.
On a reastaurant ship moored just by Malbork Castle you can have a fresh fish straight from the river, enjoy a beer or two and watch trains passing over the Nogat river.
Trams on the line no. 5 pass by the Our Lady of Sorrows church which was build in years 1899 - 1901.