- Jamie Anderson
15th July 2021
Although separated from the United Kingdom by the twenty-one miles of English Channel, the continental railway network has always been a draw for British rail enthusiasts. With a combined network covering some 202,000 km there is a huge network for the enthusiast to explore and a great variety of traction to photograph.
Each country has its own national operator, such as SNCF in France and SJ in Sweden, and alongside these you can find a number of private operators, such as BlS in Switzerland and WLC in Austria. The Continent has something for everyone, whether it be high-speed trains racing across countries or humble multiple units going about their daily workings.
The European continent also has a wide range of environments in which to photograph its traction, ranging from the mountains to the open countryside and city suburbs. This book collects a number of scenes in a range of different locales.