The little 0-4-0T steamer #20 is hauling a passenger train between Haltingen and Kandern on the Kandertalbahn touristic railway line in southern Germany.
The little steam locomotive 0-4-0T #20 is arriving at the Haltingen Kandertalbahn station with a mixed train. The engine has been built by the Maschinenbaugesellschaft Karlsruhe in 1928.
The little steam locomotive 0-4-0T #20 has recently been transferred from the Achertal to the Kandertalbahn in southern Germany. The engine has been built in 1928 by the Maschinenbaugesellschaft K... (more)
This Austrian 93 now served 20 Years at the historic railroad Kantertalbahn, there it was running under its historic road number 378.78. Last weekend was the end of its service in Southern Baden, ... (more)
A charming tourist train
The Kandertalbahn – or Kander Valley Railway – is a tourist operation running from Haltingen near Basel to Kandern. It has a truly charming rolling stock. ... (more)
The "Prussian T3" type of locomotive is a construction for branch lines, which was developed by the Prussian State Railways. It was built in large numbers for the state railway, but also for many ... (more)