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Photo ID: 669491

A portrait of Mallet #1 (built as #476) at "Grand Soldat", the final stop of the heritage Abreschviller Forest Railway (Chemin de Fer Touristique d'Abreschviller), which has an unusual g... (more)

Railroad: Untitled
Locomotive: Steam 0-4-0+0-4-0T
Location: Abreschviller, France
Locomotive #: 476
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: September 01, 2018


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By: Axel Bozier

Added: Sep 04, 2018

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Photo ID: 669489

Mallet #1 (built as #476) is being prepared for the 3pm excursion train on the heritage Abreschviller Forest Railway (Chemin de Fer Touristique d'Abreschviller), which has an unusual gauge of 700 ... (more)

Railroad: Untitled
Locomotive: Steam 0-4-0+0-4-0T
Location: Abreschviller, France
Locomotive #: 476
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: September 01, 2018


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By: Axel Bozier

Added: Sep 04, 2018

Views: 629
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Photo ID: 494037

The heritage Abreschviller Forest Steam Railway line is 7.1 km (4.4 mi) long. The former network reached its maximum in 1953, with 73 km (45.4) mi) of main lines and 25 km (15.5 mi) of service lin... (more)

Railroad: Untitled
Locomotive: Steam 0-4-4-0T
Location: Abreschviller, France
Locomotive #: 476
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: August 16, 2014


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By: Richard Behrbohm

Added: Aug 17, 2014

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Photo ID: 494030

The heritage Abreschviller Forest Steam Railway has an unusual gauge of 70cm (27 1/2 in), the line is 7.1 km (4.4 mi) long. Mallet N476 was built by Maschinenfabrik Heilbronn in 1906.

Railroad: Untitled
Locomotive: Steam 0-4-4-0T
Location: Abreschviller, France
Locomotive #: 476
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: August 16, 2014


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By: Richard Behrbohm

Added: Aug 17, 2014

Views: 2,534
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Photo ID: 493957

Mallet N476 was built by Maschinenfabrik Heilbronn in 1906, left is a former Heeresfeldbahn steam locomotive constructed by JUNG in 1944. Both engines are owned by the association Abreschviller F... (more)

Railroad: Untitled
Locomotive: Steam 0-4-4-0T
Location: Abreschviller, France
Locomotive #: 476
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: August 16, 2014


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By: Richard Behrbohm

Added: Aug 16, 2014

Views: 2,155
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Photo ID: 492842

An westbound oil train eases through the main station in Tblisi, Georgia, carrying black gold from the Caspian Sea oilfields. The Georgian Railway is a key link in in what is now-called the Iron S... (more)

Railroad: Georgian Railway
Locomotive: VL10
Location: Tblisi, Georgia
Locomotive #: 476
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: July 16, 2014


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By: Paul Ash

Added: Aug 07, 2014

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Photo ID: 207745

D&RGW 476 rests inside the Durango & Silverton's Roundhouse museum. Visitors are allowed to climb in to the cab to see what the "head office" of a narrow gauge engine is like.

Railroad: Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad
Locomotive: Steam 2-8-2
Location: Durango, Colorado, USA
Locomotive #: 476
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: August 23, 2007


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By: GMU

Added: Oct 22, 2007

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Photo ID: 207743

D&RGW 476 rests inside the Durango & Silverton's Roundhouse museum. Visitors are allowed to climb in to the cab to see what the "head office" of a narrow gauge engine is like.

Railroad: Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad
Locomotive: Steam 2-8-2
Location: Durango, Colorado, USA
Locomotive #: 476
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: August 23, 2007


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By: GMU

Added: Oct 22, 2007

Views: 2,275
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