That’s a strange naming code for the train. I can’t make out what it means.
It’s delightful to see these types of trains still around. It’s a little piece of history.
It appears as though the train is transporting some oil. The container in the carriage alludes to that.
I love how compact the train looks. I think it’s very cute <3
The background looks real nice here. The sky and the trees blend beautifully.
A picture perfect scene. The blue sky compliments the old truck.
This sure is an old school train. What it lacks in speed it more than makes up for in strength and build quality.
Most modern trains run on electricity. This must be a very dated train.
This definitely isn’t a passenger train. It probably only carries cargo.
It’s not often that you get to see such vintage trains. This is a very valuable shot.
A very elegant looking train. The timing was perfect on this shot.
This are trains used to move dangerous chemicals. The output is really beautiful and the camera is really good
This is an old model train….very strong and slow… lovely output, the colour still looks intact.
The train looks nice. I like train as means of transportation.
Where do find shots like this one? They are so unique to come across.
I really love old trains, what a pleasant photo. It helps to remember past times worth remembering.
I really love old trains. What a pleasant photo. It helps to remember past times worth remembering.
These trains still exists in this part of the world. It’s hard to come by one inmin country.
It still looks like it could run. What did this train do, was it a passenger train or one that carries goods?
What a beubeauti photo. It brings out the beauty of the train in a whole new way.
This train looks really good. I hope this is still in good condition.
I love seeing old trains. What a nice photo! It reminds of the good old days!
This is an old train…brings back old memories.. Hope it still works…great photography man..I love it
I hope this train still works. It looks still good.
Is that numeric code the official name of this train model? Never the less this is old school but to be honest I like it. Sure everything is grand now due to the times but old school seems more sturdy and dependable compare to the new ones today.