Rail tracks and mechanical semaphore, Kościerzyna
Dual gauge system of Hakone tozan Railway, Odawara Station, Kanagawa
Railroads in Gyula
Stone slab sleepers on the Peak Forest Tramway originally laid in 1796.
Narrow gauge (750 mm) rail
Bashkir switchman on the Trans-Siberian, circa 1910
Rail tracks near Seibu Chichibu Station of Seibu Chichibu line, Saitama, Japan ...
Rail tracks of Seibu Chichibu Station, a railway station in winter.
Railroad for Incline. Kyoto, Japan
Freight train on snow-covered tracks in rural Indiana, Rail transport
Moving on a train (Australia)
on a Railway viaduct
Bangor and Aroostook Railroad snowplow
Wagonway "Little Eaton Gangway" in 1908. Built in 1775 using cast iron profiles for rails, it was the first railway in the world that can be called an "iron way" – as railways are called in most European languages. A "tram" it only can be called in the meaning of a "light railway", though in relation of its age it was not even light.