Frankfurt-Königsteiner Eisenbahn 2-8-2T No 262 stands at Königstein fresh from overhaul just eight days previously. Built by Henschel in 1954 it was not to remain in service for many more years an... (more)
On the Sauschwänzlebahn BB 262 leaves the station Fützen with the morning train.
On the Sauschwänzlebahn BB 262 is en route from Blumberg to Weizen.
On the Sauschwänzlebahn BB 262 is crossing the viaduct Epfenhofen (length 264m / 288 yds).
BB 262 is crossing the bridge in the Wutach Canyon with the morning train Weizen - Blumberg on the Sauschwänzlebahn.
On the Sauschwänzlebahn BB 262 has left the viaduct "Epfenhofen" with the morning train from Zollhaus-Blumberg to Weizen.
Climbing the 1% grade on the Sauschwänzlebahn - literally the curly tail railroad, because of its winding shape on the map with a circular tunnel and horseshoe curves.
In a few minutes, the train will pass on the track that can be seen above the train. The line was designed with a grade of about 1% with heavy military trains in mind. Its purpose was only strateg... (more)
BB 262 will enter in the Grimmelshofertunnel.
After some repairs in Meiningen Steam Locomotive Works, BB 262 of the heritage railway Sauschwänzlebahn arrived in Blumberg behind the former Deutsche Bundesbahn diesel locomotive 211 041. The sta... (more)
Fall colors at the Sauschwänzlebahn: BB 262 is crossing the Biesenbachviaduct (length of the bridge 252m / 276 yds).