Steam train from Jenbach in the small station Seespitz (narrow gauge 1000mm). On this place the passengers change to the ship
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.
Waiting to engage the cog and complete the descent to Jenbach, loco n. 4 and her train wait for the uphill train in the delightful station of Eben.
Loco n. 4 is arriving at the dead end station of Seespitz.
Postard from Achensee.
Loco n. 1 has just completed shunting and water supplying at the dead end station of Seespitz. After arrival of the ship, she will bring tourists downhill to Jenbach.
One metre gauge cogwheel steam ocomotive #2, built 1889 by the Wiener Lokomotivfabrik, at the station Eben.
One metre gauge cogwheel steam locomotive #4 is passing the village of Maurach on the way to Seespitz.
Locomotive #4 arrives at Eben on the 1889 built Achenseebahn.
Locomotive #2 with two open cars on the way to Seespitz on the lake Achensee. The Achenseebahn is Europe`s oldest rack railway which is still steam operated only.
Locomotive #2 is climbing down the 16% rack section to Jenbach.
Crossing of two steam trains at Eben. Locomotive #2 is on the way to Jenbach, locomotive #4 will soon drive around the two cars and pull the train to Seespitz.
One metre gauge cogwheel steam locomotive #4 is on the way from Seespitz, on lake Achensee, to Jenbach.
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.