A successful construction from the year 1914/15 for the suburban traffic of Budapest. Because the Budapest locomotive factory was unable to deliver enough locos, many were ordered from Henschel, K... (more)
Two narrow gauge lines (760 mm) were built by the Steiermärkische Landesbahnen (StmLB) in 1892: Poljčane - Konjice (Poltschach - Gonobitz), today in Slovenia, and Preding-Wieseldorf - Stainz,... (more)
In line with the concept of German standardised locomotives set out in 1920, Borsig designed in 1930 three types of modern standard locomotives for the Kingdom of SHS, for express, local passenger... (more)
The two SZ steam locomotives 25 026 and 06 018 are posing near the turntable of the Slovenian Railway Museum in Ljubljana.
Gölsdorf-Senior's exceptional construction from the year 1885 for express trains on the lines of the Südbahn (Southern Railway). At the turn of the century 12 of the class were to be found in Mari... (more)
In 1884 the Emperor's and King's Austrian State Railways (kkStB) were founded. They developed three new standard locomotive classes: an express loco, a light multi-purpose loco and the heavy freig... (more)
25 026 is being turned on the turntable of the Slovenian Railway Museum in Ljubljana.
The Slovenian steam locomotive 06 018 has been built by Borsig in 1930. The engine is currently preserved at the Slovenian Railway Museum in Ljubljana. The locomotive is not operational and will m... (more)