Florida East Coast Railway 811 and 803 sandwich FEC LNG tender 302, taking northbound intermodal train 226 (Hialeah Yard - Bowden Yard) across the San Sebastian River on 11 March 2017.
More pictures of the USA March 2017 trip you will find here.
Roundnose gathering in Hungary in December 2016
Now this is a nice passenger train: MNOS M61.006+MNOS M61.001+MNOS M61.020+MNOS M61.019+NOHAB-GM M61.010+KV 459.021+KV 459.022+MAV M61.017 + 12 MNOS coaches + 1 MAV generator car
round the curve at Fule as train 13290 (Budapest Ferencvaros - Tapolca) on 30 December 2016.
More pictures of the Tapolca NoHAB 2016 event you will find here.
Roundnose gathering in Australia in October 2016
During the night of 1 October 2016 the Streamliners 2016 event in Goulburn (Australia) the following bulldog noses were amongst others enjoying some attention (from left to right):
Lachlan Valley Railway 4204;The Heritage Locomotive Company 42101;Transport Heritage NSW 4490;Qube 4477;SSR B65;SSR S302;PN S306;SSR S317;CF Rail Services S300;Lachlan Alco Group 4486.
More pictures of the Streamliners 2016 event and some others of regular trains you will find here.
Baltic States diesel tour in May and June 2016
LG 2M62M-0383 negotiates the S-curve at Pakalniskes (Lithuania) with an oil train from Belarusia via Kena to Vaidotai on 5 June 2016.
More pictures of the Baltic States diesel tour you will find here.
In 1984 I started taking pictures of trains in the Netherlands. In more recent years I grew
fond of the bulldog nose GM locomotives for which topic I still travel around the world.
On my pages I will show you some themes with a strong accent on the GM bulldog nose
What you also can find in the themes section are montly photo galleries of not quite recent taken pictures and the
koalas site of my friend Henrike. Of course, both our hobbies (round noses) cross each other in
Below you find two pictures of me in action during setting up the Dutch private railway companies Lovers Rail
(now part of Transdev), ShortLines (now part of CapTrain/Fret SNCF) and
ERS Railways (now part of Genesee & Wyoming Inc.):