Simultaneously steamtrain departure from Drei Annen Hohne. On the left service train 8931 from Wernigerode to the Brocken, pulled by 99 # 7235, on the right Tanago photo freight with 99 # 7247, pu... (more)
2-10-2 tank locomotive 99 # 7232 of the Harzer Schmalspurbahnen (HSB) with train 8933 from Wernigerode to the Brocken near Drei Annen Hohne station.
The steamloc is thirsty and needs water and oil in the station Drei Annen Hohne between Wernigerode and Brocken
Steamtrain from Wernigerode to Brocken leaves the station Drei Annen Hohne. Note the commercial on the small building on the left side, that's the same train! HSB means Harzer Schmalspur Bahnen
The steamloc is thirsty! Two engineers (one without head...) give oil. A few minutes later the loc will run with the cars to the Brocken
Oil for the steamloc in Drei Annen Hohne, these trains run from Wernigerode to the Brocken (1125m over sealevel, highest point in the northern part of Germany) in the Harz National Park
Steamtrain from Wernigerode to Brocken is leaving Drei Annen Hohne
Taken while standing in a (fortunately) dry culvert, 99 7237-3 thunders across the highway near Drei Annen Hohne with the 15.48 to Brocken in August 1994
One of the powerful tank engines of the HSB bursts out of the tree lined tracks into a patch of sunshine at Drei Annen Hohne en route to the Brocken mountain.
The 9.40 train from Wernigerode has just left the Drei Annen Hohne station (altitude 540 m). After 50 minutes of hard work, the 99 7235 and its passenger train will reach the Brocken station (alti... (more)
Passengers change trains at Drei Annen Hohne.
One of the big LKM 2-10-2T's leaving Drei Annen Hohne for Brocken on a wet and cold morning.
Charter train using one of the 1892 Jung 0-4-4-0T's