"Rapide" train "Le Lutetia" Paris-Milano some kilometers after the border tunnel between France and Switzerland and the Vallorbe station. It had the following timetable:
Two versions of the CC 7100: the 7153 is partly modernized and the other one is almost as built.
CC 6556 "Maurienne" with 3rd rail collector under the Culoz engine shed.
A "Vespa" (light electric engine) with a PLM interlocking tower
The 2D2 5515 entered service on July 30 1934 as P.O. E515. P.O. was the "Compagnie du chemin de fer de Paris à Orléans" (PO) (Paris-Orléans Railroad Company), one of the 5 big French railroad comp... (more)
MILW cow and calf set 695A and B get some support form F7B 69B at the hump at Pigs Eye Yard, St. Paul, MN back in March 1973. It would appear that tonnage was increased to the point where the TR4A... (more)
One of the last big steam shows in France was taking place around the Annemasse depot in the early 1970's before the Bellegarde-Annemasse electrification, as illustrated by this Evian-Bellegarde l... (more)
Union Pacific E9A 951 leads a brand new SD60 on a passenger special that originated at the former C&EI Yard Center in Dolton. Tom Golden photo.
A small series of pictures from the regular steam service in Wolsztyn.
By 2012 they used passenger coaches in a modern livery; hence I avoided photographing them. But the lines were still beaut... (more)
The modernisation of the line Poznan (Poesen) – Wolsztyn (Wollstein) left nothing worth to be photographed. Steszew lost everything except the semaphores. However, the cherr... (more)
The telegraph poles along the line from Wolsztyn to Poznan made always a sight on the line through a flat countryside which was, besides the Prussian station buildings, s... (more)
Sunrise over Poland
A calm spring morning at Ruchocice is only disturbed by the morning passenger to Poznan (Posen).