Freight train arrives from Villach at 'Oberfalkenstein Brücke'
The Tauern Railway (German: Tauernbahn) is an Austrian railway line between Schwarzach-Sankt Veit in the state of Salzburg and Spittal an der Drau in Carinthia. It is part of one of the most important north-south trunk routes (Magistrale) in Europe and also carries tourist traffic for the Gastein Valley. The standard gauge railway line is 79 km (49 mi) long and climbs the High Tauern range of the Central Eastern Alps with a maximum incline of 2.5 %, it crosses the mountain crest through the 8,371 m (27,464 ft) long Tauern Tunnel. (more photos: rizsavi.com)
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