Lokomotive: ERSR 6614
Railroad: One of 4 new black Class 66 from MRCE for the Belgium ERS (European Rail Shutte)
Train: container train
Location: Cologne West
Camera: Nikon D 50
Copyright by: Patrick Schadowski
PTM (or Pennsylvania Trolley Museum) is located 30 minutes south of Pittsburgh. Our 4 mile line stretchs from Arden Loop in the mining town of Arden, to the museum grounds at Richfol, and to our East Site where another loop, new Trolley Display Building (TDB), and new visitors center (under...
The magazine which I am editor here in the UK, Railways Illustrated, named one of the brand new General Motors Class 66/6s No. 66618 operated by Freightliner after the magazine in a ceremony at York on 19 March. the naming was in conjunction with an annual photographic award ceremony. the loco...
The City of New Orleans, led by engine number 66, leaves Memphis Central Station 3 hours behind schedule only to be stopped at the Broadway crossing by a westbound UP train.
CN Memphis Sub
Looking down onto the erecting shop from the crane, a row of Class 66s and one SD9060 are seen under construction on 1 December 1998. The three UK Class 66s from left to right are Nos. 66068, 66070 and 66066.
Thought these few might be of a little interest, showing locos for the UK under construction in the General Motors plant in London, Ontario, Canada. This view shows EWS No. 66063 nearing completion in the main erecting shop, on 1 December 1998.
Category: Tourist Railways - Trolley and Electrics
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