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» SBB Historic (more..)
» Ec 2/5, Ed 2x2/2 (more..)
» Siggenthal-Würenlingen (more..)
» Siggenthal, Switzerland (more..)
» August 23, 2009
Locomotive No./Train ID Photographer
» 28, 196 (more..)
» Unknown
» Georg Trüb (more..)
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On the occasion of the celebration of 150 years railway line Turgi-Koblenz-Walshut, two of the oldest operational steamlocomotives of Switzerland pulled this train from Koblenz to Turgi, leaving Siggenthal-Würenlingen. Ec 2/5 # 28 "Genf" was built by Esslingen/Germany in 1858 for the Schweizerische Centralbahn (SCB), mainly for the Hauenstein line Sissach-Läufelfingen-Olten, and is of the "Engerth" design. The "Mallet" Ed 2x2/2 # 196 was built by Maffei/Germany in 1893, for the same line as # 28 years before. The cars of the train are replicas of the "Spanisch Brötli Bahn", first railway in Switzerland in 1847 from Baden to Zürich.
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