MRTC's Tatra-made tram at Kamuning station
TRA's ancient, Japanese colonial era railcar
MLRT's Hyundai-Rotem EMU at the Santolan terminus
There are several trolleys like this being pushed by homeless people in all over Manila, assisting the slightly insufficient regular suburban train traffic. Although these trolleys use the same tracks as the regular train traffic, the chances of collision are quite low, since the tracks don't allow higher speeds and the trains can already be heard from the distance. The service costs 10-20 PHP, but there are no fixed routes, the destinations are "on-demand".
Tutuban bound commuter at Bicutan market
Disused EMD shunters at the former Taipei Railway Workshop
One of the rare EMD GA18s at former Taipei Railway Workshop
Local train on the Pingxi line nearby Shifen station
A handful of Taiwan's first EMU series at the former Taipei shed
TRTC's EMU is approaching Hongshulin station
Choa Chu Kang MRT station with Bukit Panjang LRT
SMRT's C151B (closer to us) and C151C nearby Yew Tee
Shuttle service from JB Sentral to Tampin
That's correct! Unfortunately, after the introduction of airplanes the demand for such trains fell rapidly. So after the Silver Star stopped, the cars were purchased by a rich "railfan" called James Sherwood, former director of Orient Express Hotels Ltd., which is known as Belmond today.
Finally I came across the Eastern and Oriental Express on its way back to Bangkok from Singapore. The weather could have been nicer though...