RegioExpress leaves Ardez station heading Chur in fresh snow.
Morning express rolls past the fields west from the village on it’s way from Landquart to Scuol-Tarasp. I learnt just after this trip that locomotive-powered RE trains’ll cease to exist from 1... (more)
TW III 53 and 56 make their stop at Alp Grüm on the way down south, unbeknown to me that their last month of plan-service is ticking away. So I'm super happy that I made myself get off on the way... (more)
Solid snow on the Tauern south ramp is just as rare as ÖBB providing a nice toned loco on their trains nowadays. We've just managed to catch it while mist was thin, although I'll ask next time fo... (more)
Last Eastbound train of the day makes it's stop at Dobsina ice cave station.
Steam romantic along the Moldovita creek.
Metropolitan Eurocity makes it's penultimate stop before arriving to Budapest.
Crews are switching the recently arrived work train to make place for the the other set on it's rear making 2003 the trailing and the reversed 2005 the leading unit on the downward trip back to th... (more)
Workday extra Regional Express is about to disappear into Sambergtunnel under the light of a full moon. Service Vienna-Hartberg is classified as REX92, run with Siemens Desiro DMUs during the day ... (more)
An unidentified multi-system Taurus trails a late-series Railjet set on it's way from Villach to Vienna, just to return soon after arrival as RJ133 to Venice.
Daily local on the Semmering railway is about to arrive to Breitenstein station.
Last day for Eurocity Croatia to be powered by a pair of older ladies, as new timetables arrived Slovenske Zeleznice took over the job with leased Siemens Vectron locomotives.
Thrice-a-week Pécs-Barcs local freight shown on it's way back to Pécs carrying a sole Eanos car.
One of MÁV's heritage M41s leaves Tapolca with four Bhv cars in fitting livery. Just right of the loco is 424 247 taking on water for the run home, although it'll be hauled by a diesel to Budapes... (more)
Regional Express shot across Hallstatt lake.