Derailed coal wagons at Alcácer. Due to this damage (the track is still being reconstructed), the Alcácer Bypass was put to service, and trains are avoiding this location.
CP 4000 series Pendolino train with an Alfa Pendular service to Oporto, seen in the recently opened Alcácer Deviation, which features a very nice-looking bowstring-arch bridge.
CP 3400 series commuter train arriving at Oporto (at the left, a glimpse of the weekly Vandoma flea market).
CP 4725 with an empty container train to Bobadela.
CP 4701 with a container freight train to Sines. This was the first time one of the new Siemens locomotives actually pulled a train.
CP 1913 departing from Torre da Gadanha with a ballast train.
CP 1552 with empty grain hoppers to Badajoz.
CP 1562 with a steel wire train to Setúbal.
CP 2560 and 2557 arriving at Somincor siding with sand empties.
All locomotives from this series have been retired from service shortly after this date.
CP 1912 with a biodiesel train to Sines.
CP 2247 with a Regional train to Castelo Branco, in a recently electrificated line.
CP 1570 with a welded rail train to Olhão.
Commuter train to Cascais.
CP 1962 with a Portuguese Traction Group special train, seen in the Alcácer Bypass' very nice-looking bowstring-arch bridge.