Sometimes, I think that the Harz Narrow Gauge Railways looks like steamy, dreamy fairytale land - complete with castle up on the mountain top. In reality, this is Wernigerode, Germany, where the c... (more)
The Saxon IV K were eight-wheeled, narrow gauge, Günther-Meyer type steam engines built for the Royal Saxon State Railways with a track gauge of 750 mm (2 ft 5
1⁄2 in). A total of 96 wer... (more)
Steam engine Px48-1756 push the plough S 00 00 922 3017-6.
A steam train to Brocken on its way uphill between Steinerne Renne and Drei Annen Hohne, Germany, on January 1, 2017. Brocken, the highest hill of Harz, is hidden in the clouds on the right side o... (more)
On a very cold morning, G 4/5 #108 "Engiadina" is speeding up from Samedan to Bever leaving a nice plume in the Engadine Valley.
The ÖBB narrow gauge steam locomotive 399-01 is hauling a mixed train between Alt Weitra and Weitra.
U46 101 is a Polish engine. Re-numbered as U46.101 on the Czech JHMD railroad company, it still sports its original PKP railway plate, engine series (PX48) and unit number (1916).
Bad weather !
99 7243 leaves with a passenger train from Eisfelder Talmühle to Quedlinburg the station of the village of Stiege in the evening.