The 1902 built narrow gauge (760 mm) steam locomotive Uv 3 is ready for a roundtrip from Jenbach to Mayrhofen and back.
Steam loc runs from the depot to the rear of the train for to push the cars uphill toward Achensee
Loco n. 4 of Achenseebahn, a 100% steam line that climbs from Jenbach to the Achensee lake, is pushing two coaches up the steep climb, just a few hundred meters past Burgeck stop.
ZB 3 is waiting in Jenbach for departure to Zell am Ziller. In holydays some trains on the Zillertalbahn are hauled by a steam locomotive.
ÖBB 1010.08 is entering Jenbach station. By that time there was still left traffic on the Inntalbahn.
Steam engine HERMANN in the yard of Jenbach with the cars in tow. This engine was constructed in 1889. The line goes from Jenbach to the lake 'Achensee'. It is meter gauge and ist 4.2 miles long.... (more)
Steam engine HERMANN in the yard of Jenbach. This engine was constructed in 1889. The line goes from Jenbach to the lake 'Achensee'. It is meter gauge and ist 4.2 miles long.
Standard gauge wagons loaded with logs are carried on transporter wagons on the 760mm gauge Zillertalbahn. Here O+k loco D8 heads away from Jenbach at Rotholz.
760mm gauge O+K D8 shunts standard gauge wagons on transporter wagons at Jenbach.
ZB #5 was built by Krauss in Linz in 1930 and is named "GERLOS". It is seen here being prepared for the day's two round trips between Jenbach and Mayrhofen.
ZillertalBahn narrow gauge steam locomotive nş4.
The newest passenger railcar with drivers cab.
Zillertalbahn 0-6-2T No.2 makes a fine sight as it storms over a bridge near the small Austrian town of Schlitters.
This loco was built in 1899 and is still used on the Achenseebahn along with it's two sister locos.
This powerful locomotive is actually former Jugoslavian Railways #83.076 which is leased to the ZB by Club 760.