Regular steam Nysa depot 1986. Ty2 locomotive parade!
In a timeless scene, Strasburg Railroad’s 2-10-0 90 “takes on water” (apparently the water spout is just for show) on a beautiful February afternoon in 2013. The engine, one might notice, is dolle... (more)
On the occasion of "50 year end of regular SBB-steam" C 5/6 #2969 from Eurovapor Sulgen made a round trip from Sulgen to Koblenz (Switzerland) and back to Sulgen. At the rear end BT 14 from Eurova... (more)
50 2988 from DSB (Dampflokfreunde Schwarzwald-Baar e.V.) runs round in Rottweil for her next trip to Oberndorf.
This early morning freight train to Sezana must have been the wake up call for the people living nearby the viaduct. The sound of the train was quite impressive.
In 1943 Germans, by "simplifying" the modern class 50, developed the robust "war locomotive", class 52. Nearly 6300 were produced, even in loco factories in occupied areas. A r... (more)
Portrait of the Slovenian steam locomotive 33 037. In 1943 Germans, by "simplifying" the modern class 50, developed the robust "war locomotive", class 52. Nearly 6300 were prod... (more)
A freight from Saalfeld struggles upgrade.
A former Prussian State Railways G12 poses for the camera.
043.215, an oil burning class 44, hurries south with Scandinavian iron ore from the port at Emden. This loco is now preserved in Germany.
52.8123 and 52.8192 wait to depart with the 09.58 freight to Arnsdorf.
Strasburg 2-10-0 90 makes the final charge to Strasburg. While it isn’t exactly Juke’s Tree, that half-dead tree, just east of the Red Caboose Motel, was a prop for many photos during that era.
Strasburg 90 pulls a train out of the siding at Groffs. The Hello Dolly car is on the rear of the train, still in its original configuration and yellow paint.