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» May 24, 2023
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On this day, the boiler inspector SVTI came to Arth Goldau for the annual inspection of 3 steam vehicles. After passing the inspection, two of them meet at the road crossing of the Rigistrasse in Goldau. On the left showman's engine "Bertha" CB # 3062, built in 1920 by John Fowlers & Co. (Leeds) Ltd./UK, privately owned in Switzerland since 2021. On the right cogwheel steamlocomotive with upright boiler H 1/2 # 7, former Rigi Bahn (RB), now Swiss Museum of Transport, Lucerne, but on operation during 3 years on the Rigi Bahnen, built in 1873 by the SLM Winterthur.
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