A Swiss TRAXX (SBB Re 482) hauling a German class 218 diesel locomotive, along with some flatcars for rail transport. As you can guess from the yellow livery, this locomotive is owned by the DB Bahnbau Gruppe, the subcompany of DB responsible for track maintenance. Taken during my first proper railfanning tour this year, which lead me into the forests of Opladen, after visiting our infamous scrapyard. More pics can be found on DSO,
Note how the electric, despite running with the front pantograph raised, appears to have another, folded pantograph at the front. This is due to the fact that it has four pantographs in total, two regular ones for Germany and most of Europe, with the additional pair being equipped with narrower contact strips, according to Swiss standards. You can also see the characteristic v-shaped exhaust stack of the diesel, which is fitted with a system of flaps to accelerate exhaust gases up and away from passengers, as well as away from the catenary wire.