#5 THOR is ready to leave the Faringe station with a short passenger train to Bärby.
The steam locomotive #2 named Emsfors has been built in Germany in 1919. It is operating today on the Ohsabanan in southern Sweden. The gauge of the line is 600 mm.
The E2 class was used for all types of traffic and in all parts of Sweden. The light axle load meant that they could be used on minor lines and industrial railways, extending their use after mainl... (more)
In the late and warm afternoon sun, #5 Thor has almost reached the Bärby station, its final destination.
#5 Thor is seen at full speed between Faringe and Bärby.
Two Swedish oldies are standing side by side in the Brösarp station.
The SJ steam locomotive #979 is about to leave the Brösarp station with a short passenger train to St Olof.
A special train hauled by the 0-6-0 #4 Langshyttan en route to Uppsala is overtaking our train hauled by #5 Thor in the Bärby station.
Portrait of the SJ B Class steam locomotive #1267 in the Nora shed. 96 locomotives of this class were built for SJ by Motala Verkstad, NOHAB and Vagn och Maskinfabriken Falun between 1909 and 1919... (more)
The SJ steam locomotive #979 is hauling a mixed train along the Baltic sea between Brösarp and St Olof. This is a 2-8-0 E2 Class, built in Falun in 1909.
Portrait of the SJ steam locomotive #979. This is a 2-8-0 E2 Class, built in Falun in 1909.