Here's a different angle on the train station, showing the old city in the distance. The spires on the left horizon belong to the Týn Church, which was right beside our hotel. In fact when I looked out our room's window, I was looking at the side of the church. The spires closer to the centre belong to several buildings, including the Old Town Hall Tower, home of the famous Astronomical Clock.
|Hlavní nádraží, Praha|
|CZ locomotive 380 015-8 at Prague station|
|Czech engine 380 018-2 at Prague station|
|Railjet train arriving in Prague|
|Czech locomotive 714 023-9 at work|
|Overhead view of Czech 714 023-9 locomotive|
There were a couple of other switchers around, albeit electric switchers. Both are class 111 locomotives, essentially 1000 HP switchers. 111 011-3 is very very worn.
|Czech locomotive 111 011-3 in Prague|
|Czech locomotive 111 006-3 in Prague|
|Czech class 854 railcar in Prague|
|Czech 682 001-3 in Prague|
|Czech 382 086-1 in Prague|
PS - I want to share a few Czech freight cars that I saw.
|Open autoracks! Who would imagine this in North American any more?|
|Logs in gondolas|
|Czech bulkhead flat car|
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