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Train Cab Ride Switzerland 1

Train cab ride from Zurich HB through Zurich Wipkingen


 


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Train Cab Ride Switzerland 2
Train cab ride through Zurich Oerlikon and Glattbrugg





Ferrocarrils de Suïssa - Zürich [HD]





Eastbound Cab Ride Through Carrizo Gorge HD
Watch in High Definition! The Carrizo Gorge Railway is a short line freight operator that ran on the old San Diego and Arizona Eastern Railway between Plaster City (west of El Centro in the Imperial Valley) and the US border at Tijuana. In 2008, the US portion of the line between Campo and Plaster City was embargoed to freight traffic due to deteriorating track conditions. Since then, another railroad has begun operations on the Mexican portion of the line between Tijuana and Tecate. Recently, the Carrizo Gorge Railway has restarted its maintenance program on the line between Plaster City and Campo. The railroad is based out of Jacumba, located about halfway between Campo and Plaster City. Using one of its F Units and an 89 foot flatcar, the railway is able to transport a team of construction contractors to any point along the tracks to perform maintenance. This video is of a cab ride one on of the recent Maintenance of Way trips from Jacumba, through the famed Carrizo Gorge and across the Goat Canyon trestle, before continuing on east to Plaster City. The video starts early in the morning at the small Jacumba rail yard. A construction front loader and excavator are seen being unloaded from the trucks they arrived on. The excavator first assists in loading several sticks of rail and ties onto the flatcar and then hoists itself and the front loader onto the flatcar in a very interesting set of maneuvers. We then climb in the cab of CZRy F7A 100 for the trip east. 100 is an EMD F7 A unit and was built in 1952 as B&LE 723A. Over the years, it saw uses as a locomotive for US Steel, the Texas Southern Dinner train and most recently the Spirit of Washington Dinner Train. It still wears the paint scheme of this most recent owner, but the words OF WASHINGTON were painted out. Departing Jacumba, we first pass the siding at Titus. We then stop briefly before crossing under Interstate 8, so we can load some additional ties lying nearby. Continuing east, we pass the Spur at Dubbers. I take a short walk through the engine room to look out the back. Old locomotives like this make hearing protection a must. We then pass through Tunnel 5 and enter the gorge! After going a few miles, we pause briefly at the tunnel 8 siding, where several ex. AMT commuter cars are being stored, so some rocks can be cleared from the tracks. While I didn't include it in the video, there was some substantial evidence in and around the cars that hikers have been vandalizing them, which is pretty sad. We then continue east and pass though Tunnel 8, which the CZRy rebuilt and shored up with concrete when it was reopening the line, some ten years ago. We get some spectacular views of the gorge as we crawl along the narrow ledge. We then pass the west portal of the collapsed old Tunnel 15, and a short time later, enter the new Tunnel 15. Right after exiting the tunnel, we are on the famed Goat Canyon Trestle; the world's largest wooden railroad trestle. The trestle was built in 1932 along with the new Tunnel 15 when the side of the mountain slid down several feet and caused the collapse of old Tunnel 15. We pass semaphore signals that were designed to give a stop signal should the bridge collapse or be damaged. We then pass through tunnel 16 and stop at the east portal. Here, the construction equipment and workers were offloaded, and the locomotive continued east with the flatcar, rails, and ties. Shortly thereafter, we encounter a group of trespassers as we are about to enter tunnel 18. The trespassers (hikers) were at the far end of the tunnel, about to walk in. Had it not been for several toots on the horn by the engineer, the trespassers may never have lived to tell the tale. That said, never hike into Carrizo Gorge along the train tracks. There are several ways to hike into the Gorge by climbing the surrounding hills, but hiking along the train tracks (particularly through tunnels and across bridges) is dangerous, illegal and stupid. Continuing east, the gorge gets shallower and we pass through the last few tunnels. We turn east as the gorge continues north. The tracks begin the long winding descent into the Anza Borrego Desert towards the Imperial Valley. We pass Dos Cabezas Siding, the sand blown area at Silica, cross over freeway 8, pass though Coyote wells, and end at a dirt crossing just west of Plaster City. The tracks at the crossing were destroyed a year or two ago by a large vehicle working on nearby power lines. We drop off the ties and sticks of rail, which were to be used to repair the tracks. The tracks have since been repaired on a subsequent trip and trains can once again reach Plaster City and points east. I rode on the return trip to Jacumba as well, and that video can be viewed here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NYt91UpxH6U This is a very rare video, as the public is not normally allowed to ride a train into the Gorge. I must reiterate that nobody should ever hike along the train tracks into the Carrizo Gorge. Enjoy!





Union Pacific in-cab ride
Thanks to a good friend, I got the opportunity to hop inside a Union Pacific locomotive type, C45ACCTE. The train went north along side the I-15 for the most part and continued north for 50 miles. The locomotive I was in was released in service in August 2011, it is a much newer one and apparently according to the crew inside, a much quieter one also. For anyone who has problems with me posting this due to violations of whatever blah blah blah, know that I was invited on board and asked to film from the inside. They told me it was ok just as long as I don't film the controls. Now, that being said, stop asking me to take it down, and telling me Im violating code who gives a crap. Thank you. If you would like to see more videos like this, please subscribe to the channel. Also, don't forget to check out the channel for videos of Military exercises, Fly Bys, Air Shows, Spotting videos, and regular flying ops at Nellis AFB. All of the new videos will be in full HD! Some or all of my videos may have pictures to go with them, to see them visit my website at http://www.nellisspotters.com. I now have a new channel related to Off Road racing, if you are interested in the subject, visit and subscribe to youtube.com/ttdroop Be sure and like the new facebook page http://www.facebook.com/NellisSpotters





Steam Trains Galore!
All aboard! Come along for a look at several steam trains running in the western United States! Steam Trains Galore is a 28 minute long video that features numerous shots of all sorts of different steam trains. You will see everything from small park trains to the big steam trains that make occasional runs on the main line today. This video is not narrated and there are no captions on any of the video clips, so if there are any questions about where some of these videos were filmed, I'd be happy to answer them. I'm trying to increase the variety of videos I have on my page, so this video is geared towards a different (younger) audience. This is to get a better sense as to what types of videos are the most popular. If this is well received, I will post more like it in the future. So, that said, please leave feedback. Thank you!





Freight train cab ride
Short video of us going into Warwick Yard and look at the controls of the engine. The line of cars straight in front of us are the ones we are taking back down. The car at the front had to be a garbage car too. :( We brought 66 cars up.





Zweisimmen-Montreux. GoldenPass Line Train. Switzerland
GoldenPass Line Train. Vip seats. The GoldenPass Line is a train line in the Swiss Alps which connect Montreux to Lucerne.





新幹線 前面展望 国鉄時代 Bullet Train Cab Ride 新干线
祝・東北新幹線 新青森開業!上野-大宮間、国鉄当時の映像です。長い で途中カットしてあります。問題がある様でしたら削 致します(著作:国鉄)。 This is a movie of JNR Shinkansen Cab Ride Ueno - Omiya Japan 1985. NEXT大宮-宇都宮間: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gbNvGZHbGPk ニコニコ動画: http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm12625241 (Shinkansen Series 新幹線シリーズ ) 新幹線 0系こだま1994年車内放送 東京出発 KODAMA http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kmOwZjJHIX4 新幹線 0系こだま 1994年新大阪到着と車内走行音 KODAMA cabin http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EeJqoTZhHWs Bullet Trains at Sunset 新幹線と夕焼け2010 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2kPGsOMO7zs Bullet Trains Passed 新幹線 通過 (逆光 夕刻) 2010 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3TDuvy9uYGQ





Westbound Cab Ride Through Carrizo Gorge HD
Watch in High Definition! Much has changed on this rail line since I filmed this video. A new railroad, the Pacific Imperial Railroad, has become the designated freight operator over this line, replacing the Carrizo Gorge Railway. The Carrizo Gorge Railway was a short line freight operator that ran on the old San Diego and Arizona Eastern Railway between Plaster City (west of El Centro in the Imperial Valley) and the US border at Tijuana. In 2008, the US portion of the line between Campo and Plaster City was embargoed to freight traffic due to deteriorating track conditions. Since then, another railroad has begun operations on the Mexican portion of the line between Tijuana and Tecate. The railroad was based out of Jacumba, located about halfway between Campo and Plaster City. Using one of its F Units and an 89 foot flatcar, the railway was able to transport a team of construction contractors to any point along the tracks to perform maintenance. This video is of a cab ride on one of the final CZRy Maintenance of Way trips from Plaster City, through the famed Carrizo Gorge and across the Goat Canyon trestle, before continuing on west to Jacumba. See also the eastbound cab ride video that I posted several months ago. 100 is an EMD F7 A unit and was built in 1952 as B&LE 723A. Over the years, it saw uses as a locomotive for US Steel, the Texas Southern Dinner train and most recently the Spirit of Washington Dinner Train. It still wears the paint scheme of this most recent owner, but the words OF WASHINGTON were painted out. The video starts early in the afternoon at a dirt grade crossing just west of Plaster City. We have just finished unloading several ties and sticks of rail to repair the damaged tracks at the grade crossing. Our work complete, we begin the trip west back towards Jacumba. Departing west, we pass through Coyote Wells and under the Freeway 8 overpass. We then arrive at the S2 Highway crossing whose gates and lights were deactivated at the time. After flagging the crossing, we continue west. Around this time, a husband and wife in a Jeep began following us and filmed us at various locations as we passed. I sure wish I could see the pictures and videos that they got! Continuing, we pass over Freeway 8 at Ocotillo and again see the truck carrying the huge mystery load. We then continue our climb through the flat desert before passing through the sand blown area at Silica and Dos Cabezas Siding. We then begin the steep, snaking climb into Carrizo Gorge. Once in the gorge, we snake our way along, passing over the Seven Sisters Bridges. We then approach Tunnel 16, the area where we dropped off the excavator and front loader on our trip east. We slowly proceed through Tunnel 16 and the Goat Canyon Trestle comes into view. The construction team was just finishing up at the Trestle, so we stopped and got out to take a walk. While the construction equipment was being loaded, I walked partially across the Trestle for a look at its amazing architecture. It's hard to picture this trestle in use in the height of the steam era. Once the construction equipment was loaded, we continued west to Jacumba. Along the way, we pass through the long Tunnel 8, Tunnel 7 Siding where the ex. AMT cars are stored and Tunnel 5, which marks the end of Carrizo Gorge. We pass Dubbers Spur, the Highway 8 Overpass and Titus Siding before arriving in Jacumba. We shove the train into the Jacumba house track and call it a day. This was an amazing trip for me and I tried my best to document it for others. I decided to keep more of the footage on this return trip which explains the longer video. I spent most of the video filming from the locomotive's cab and engine room. I apologize for the bad videography at times. I hope you enjoy this video as much as I enjoyed filming it. If you haven't already seen it, be sure to watch the eastbound video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L66pfI5fuqY Keep in mind that this is a very rare video, as the public is not normally allowed to ride a train into the Gorge. I must reiterate that nobody should ever hike along the train tracks into the Carrizo Gorge. Enjoy!





【前面展望】 上海リニア 運転室より Into Cab of Shanghai maglev train. 2004
2004-01-01 初めてリニアモーターカーに乗車したときのサプライズ な体験です。 浦东机场站~龙阳路站(このときの運賃は、普通席で75元 でした) Cockpit view of Shanghai Maglev Train.





Cab Ride train: Train hits almost a car(auto)
Narrow Gauge Railway in Austria.





Train Cab Ride Switzerland 3
Train cab ride through Lottstetten and Jestetten (where Swiss railways run through German territory)





Поездка в кабине электропоезда от Фрязево до Храпуново
Поездка в кабине электропоезда от Фрязево до Храпуново. Встреча заката солнца в России 27 марта 2008 года.





Swiss Rail Journey
A trip along some great little swiss railways and the Danish approaches to the Puttgarten Train Ferry to end with!





Otira Tunnel Cabride
A trip through the 8.55km long, 1 in 33 (3%) grade Otira Tunnel, shot from the cab of a TranzRail DFT class locomotive. At 2:04 the effect of the tunnel door closing and Exhaust fan operation can be seen. The fan draws air over the train to help reduce engine overheating. South Island, New Zealand





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