No easy task to place the express train steamlocomotive A 3/5 # 705 on the turntable in Etzwilen (turntable diameter 16.5 m, wheel base A 3/5 with tender 15.45 m) and then to turn the turntable, w... (more)
Former Freiberg Paper Works fireless steam loco - nowadays owned by IG Dampflok Nossen - stands in front of the Nossen roundhouse, but no longer operational.
The handsome, powerful 2-6-2 T steamlocomotive Eb 3/5 # 9 of the Dampf-Loki-Club (DLC) Herisau, now operated by Dampfbahnverein Zürcher Oberland (DVZO) on the turntable of Etzwilen, during a birth... (more)
Accurate positioning of the steamlocomotive Eb 3/5 # 9 on the manually operated turntable of Etzwilen. The powerfull (about 1000 hp) 2-6-2 T was built in 1910 bei Maffei/Munich for the Bodensee-To... (more)
After the 2-6-2 Eb 3/5 # 9 was turned, the switchman takes his old bike to return to the station. # 9 was built in 1910 by Maffei/Munich for the Bodensee-Toggenburg Bahn. From 1933 to 1965 she was... (more)
Eb 3/5 No. 9 rotates on the manual turntable in Etzwilen to get the face in front for the adjacent westbound trip to Zurich.
Foggy East Broad Top: The ash pit. EBT Mikado #15 sits at the ashing station as the hostlers dump ashes and clean her fire before turning the locomotive over to the crew who will run her fo... (more)
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Foggy East Broad Top: Cleaning the Fire. EBT Mikado #15 sits at the ashing station as the hostlers clean her fire and dump ashes, before turning the locomotive over to the crew who will run... (more)
Heave! EBT shop crew members lean hard on the push poles of the Orbisonia Turntable as they turn Mikado #15 to align her with the service track....and give us a rear-quarter view of their l... (more)
Foggy East Broad Top: The "Armstrong" Turntable. East Broad Top crews unlock their manual "Armstrong" Turntable as they prepare to rotate Mikado #15 onto the servicing t... (more)
A portrait of Cable Car #1 on the turntable at Powell Street. The flagship of the Powell Street fleet was built in 1973 for the centennial of the world's first cable car line. It has been restored... (more)
Sierra #2, a Lima product of 1922, rests in the roundhouse at Jamestown, CA.