Train driver job description: what's it like, and what do I need?
A train driver, also called a locomotive driver (may also be designated as engine driver) sits at the front of the train and steers locomotives/traction units as well as railcars in short and long distance passenger transport or haulage. A train driver may also have to operate so-called auxiliary vehicles e.g. two-way excavators in track building, and he may also be employed in special infrastructure projects such as mining or industrial rail.
Train driver video
MEV employees talk about their daily working life, the particular challenges of the role and why they love their job.