Partial view of the international station of Cerbère, which connects through a tunnel with the Spanish station of Portbou. This photo shows the freight train terminal. Tracks coming from the tunn... (more)
Locomotive of the 318 series awaiting restoration at the Galician Railway Museum. It was part of a group of 24 units manufactured in 1958 by Alco in the USA. They gave excellent results in the mou... (more)
A Mikado locomotive sadly abandoned in the old station of Villarcayo. Built in 1958 by Euskalduna, it has been in Villarcayo since 1991.
The international station of Portbou, facing south from the entrance to the tunnel that connects with the French station of Cerbère.
This Renfe 1000 series passenger car, built in the 1930s, is awaiting restoration, along with other freight wagons, at the Mora la Nueva Railway Museum.
Old locomotive RENFE 321 series, based on the design ALCO DL-500. A total of 80 units were built and the first 8 of them were manufactured in the plant in Schenectady ALCO in 1965.
AVLO is the name of the Spanish low-cost high-speed rail service, at the start between of the cities of Madrid, Zaragoza and Barcelona, by the national rail company Renfe. Avlo services between Ma... (more)
"Few trains for such a station"
Portbou station, whose current configuration dates back to 1929, has suffered the gradual loss of rail traffic despite its position on the border with ... (more)
Cerbère is a border station in the southeast of France that communicates, through a tunnel under the Pyrenees, with the Spanish station of Portbou. The tracks coming from the tunnel to the freigh... (more)
Locomotive Saint Leonard 030 built in 1889 in Liege (Belgium), which belonged to the railroad Torralba-Soria where served until the creation of RENFE (1941). The two wagons are fudres 17,000 liter... (more)
Several old locomotives, from left to right, 272 (built in 1927), 278 (built in 1954), 318 (ALCO built in 1958), unknown and a Talgo series 353 (built in 1958).