The only tunnel of the Harz system (the length of the total narrow gauge system is 140 km) is located half way between Wernigerode and Drei Annen Hohne. There is nothing better than a good walk of... (more)
This is certainly one of the most popular spots on the Harz system. Just after having left the Wernigerode Kirchstrasse station (now called Wernigerode Hochschule Harz station), the train is runni... (more)
Train #8920 is arriving at the Schierke station with a train from Drei Annen Hohne. After having taken water, it will continue its journey to the top of the Brocken mountain.
The HSB "Nostalgie Zug" hauled by the Mallet #99 5902 has reached its final destination, the Brocken summit, located at an altitude of 1125 meters.
Train #8925 is the third steam hauled train leaving Wernigerode in the morning. It is seen here at the classical spot near the Wernigerode Westerntor station where the train is crossing the main r... (more)
HSB Mallet #99 5902 has almost reached it final destination, the Brocken summit, during a frosty October morning. The temperature this morning was well below freezing point with a strong wind.
Train #8933 has left the Wernigerode station one minute ago and will arrive at Wernigerode Westerntor very soon. From there, it will continue its journey up to the Brocken.
HSB narrow gauge steamer #99 236 is approaching the Wernigerode Kirchstrasse station (now called Wernigerode Hochschule Harz) with the train #8937 to the Brocken summit.
HSB #99 7238 has just come back from the Brocken with an evening train. It is now serviced in the Wernigerode shed and prepared for the next day duties.
HSB narrow gauge monster #7243 is storming out of the Drei Annen Hohne station with the train #8927 to the Brocken summit.
Early morning rush hour at Wernigerode. Whilst the Mallet 99 5901 is being coaled, the 99 7235 is rolling back to the platform. She will haul the first train to the Brocken that day.