0-4-0 T steamlocomotive # 9 of the Bavarian Railway Museum (BEM) in Nördlingen, running on to the turntable during the first railway event. The type B 250 locomotive # 9 with name "RIES" was buil... (more)
The fireless stemlocomotive # 6601 of the Bavarian Railway Museum, built in 1912 by Krauss, was one of the most requested locomotives during the first railway event of Nördlingen, because she shu... (more)
Privately owned, in the moment not operational 4-6-0 steamlocomotive 38 # 3199 on the turntable of the BEM in Nördlingen. The "P 8" locomotive was built in 1921 by the LHW - Linke-Hofma... (more)
In the morning in front of the roundhouse of the Bavarian Railway Museum (BEM) in Nördlingen. 2-6-2 T passenger and freight train locomotive 64 # 094, built in 1928 by Maschinenbauanstalt Humbold... (more)
The 54 # 1695 was a 2-6-0 locomotive of the "Bavarian G 3/4" type, built in 1922 by J.A.Maffei. On April 11, 1945, the locomotive was destroyed during a heavy bombing raid on Treuchtling... (more)
Last opportunity to stop the loose wagons, they were directed to the locomotive shed ( newspaper note).
Desert dawn on the D&RG. With a layer of mid-level clouds lighting up in spectacular fashion by the approaching sunrise, a Denver & Rio Grande passenger extra charges west over Ferguson's T... (more)
Autumn colours in the Wutach Canyon: the former "Frankurt-Königsteiner Eisenbahn" locomotive FKE 262, built 1954 by Henschel, is pulling on the Sauschwänzlebahn the morning train Weize... (more)
On the "Sauschwänzlebahn" BB 262 is crossing the viaduct Epfenhofen with a length of 264m / 288yds; the maximal height is 34m / 37yds.