Taurus - the only bull that can play the saxophone!
The T3 by Tatra, the true lady of the rails.
Vectron – sleek German elegance and European bestseller.
A legendary diesel express train from the GDR era, nicknamed either the Görlitzer or the Dolphine, sometimes also Vindobona.
Ludmilla rightly belongs to the icons of German railways. There were over 870 units made over the years, first working in the eastern part of Germany (GDR), later in then...
A Briquette or Black face. Different nicknames represent a legend and a symbol of the underground transportation within CEMA.
The cable car to Petřín, the Czech mini "Eiffel Tower", spring-flowering orchards, observatory. Spectacular views of the historical Prague city.
Completely ugly for some and stunningly beautiful for others. Maybe. Anyway, the Gumminase (Rubber nose) has unmistakably a spot in the trainspotters‘ hearts.
The TU is the everlasting star of narrow gauge railways! Although the name can imply relation to the aerodynamic shape of an aeroplane, this is not the case.
Some say that Polish ladies have the characteristic shape of eyes. But when this saying fits on a Polish locomotive too, you know you talk to a real railway fan!The „Anglik“, a...
Some call it the most beautiful electric locomotive in Czech. That is the 150/151 series, nicknamed as „The rat“ (due to its squeaky whistle) or „Banana“ (thanks to its...
Railway track – two steel rails, running endlessly in a parallel line. Close enough but still in the solid and respectful distance. At least until the rail switch comes along.