Fill the tender with water for the next tour.
Railcars type X 3800 have the cabin for the engineer above the roof.
"Yvonne" and "Henschel" are pushing the train to the station for boarding passengers.
The railcars are owned and operated by the tourist train Valley de l'Aa. The 0-6-0 was built by Henschel (Germany), the 0-4-0 in 1893 by St.-Léonard in Liège (Belgium)
Replica of 1829 locomotive Marc Seguin (1786 – 1875). He was a French engineer and delivered two steam locomotives of his own design with an innovative multi-tube boiler to the Saint-Étienne–Lyon ... (more)
Ty2 6690 is a "Kriegslokomotive" and was former in operation by Polish State Railways PKP. Since 2013 it is owned and used by the tourist train of the Aa Valley.
Two locomotives of the tourist train of the Aa Valley: Ty2 6690 is a "Kriegslokomotive" and was former in operation by Polish State Railways. BB 63852 was used until 2003 by SNCF.
Replica of 1829 locomotive Marc Seguin (1786 – 1875). The crew prepairs the engine for the first operation.