The Mallett 995906 passes the breakthrough at the Valley of the Selke, Saxons-Anhalt, Germany
A passenger train of the Harzer Schmalspurbahnen on its way to Hasselfelde - the railhead of the Selketalbahn in the Harz Moutains in Saxony-Anhalt.
A passenger train of the Harzer Schmalspurbahnen on its way to the Brocken - the summit of the Harz Mountains in Saxony-Anhalt
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
After leaving the station Stiege towards Hasselfelde follows a gradient with corresponding steam.
This steamtrain leaves Wernigerode and runs to the Brocken, during the steamloc on the left side takes the coals for the next trip
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
Coallading in Wernigerode for the tour on the Brocken
Just arrived on the Brocken (1142 meters over sealevel): Steamloc is running to the rear of the train for departure downhill to Wernigerode
The HSB 99 7232 masquerading as the Deutsche Reichsbahn 99 0732 (The "0" means that the engine is fuel burning as it used to be in the past during DR days) is storming up to the Brocken summit wit... (more)
Train to Nordhausen leaving Sorge station.
Train to Hasselfelde