An OBB (Austrian Railways) Electric Leads Freight at Bonn-Beuel, Germany.

OBB Taurus at Bonn Beuel. FujiFilm XT1 photo.

In September 2015, an Austrian Taurus electric leads a northward freight at the DB Station in Bonn Beuel, Germany.

Low angle and telephoto view add drama to compensate for an otherwise dull morning.

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2 comments on “An OBB (Austrian Railways) Electric Leads Freight at Bonn-Beuel, Germany.

  1. Anonymous on said:

    See https://www.reddit.com/r/MapPorn/comments/29i4hq/side_where_the_train_runs_by_country_1500_625/ and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Double-track_railway

    Although Spain is not given in either source above, and there wasn’t a huge amount of double track on the pre-high speed network, I’m pretty sure I remember some left-hand running in the 1960s.

    Michael Walsh

  2. Thank you for the question. It’s a good one. But, I can’t answer it conclusively and with authority.
    Any takers?
    Brian Solomon

  3. Dennis on said:

    I have a question: How many Countries still have Left Hand operation in Europe.???? Swiss, France Italy, Austria??? any more???

    You post so many nice photos every day.