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2009-2014


Fondue and chocolate by train
A visit to the Montreux-Berner Oberlandbahn and the Transport Publics Fribourgeois in French Switzerland.

Winter Wonderland
St. Nicholas train with the Albatros steam locomotive around Bratislava accross the Whit Charpathian Mountains.

Charters
A few special trains travelled at the end of summer and the beginning of autmn that we followed and photographed. Notably to Banská Stiavnica, Balassagyarmat, Szolnok, and twice to Ráckeve, once with electric freight, once with steam.

Slovakia at the End of Summer
Retro-locomotives and diesel freight trains in the focus!

Day of the Railway at Kemence
Photos and videos from the 2017 event on the narrow-gauge museum forest railway.

Stubaitalbahn by József Végh

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High quality photos

Despite the heavy grade the tram is swift even during autumn, when the rails are slippery A tram arriving at Fulpmes An imposant DÜWAG tram in top condition is waiting for its run down to Innsbruck
You can see the massive of the Karwendel mountains being grabbed by winter in the background Tram 82 at Fulpmes terminus The distance between me and the tram was huge, mind it only occupies a few pixels in this photograph
A white car at Fulpmes terminus The waterway of the fish New Bobmardier Flexity Outlook tram
Bombardier tram in the Mutter tunnel of the Stubaitalbahn The viaduct from an other point of view The viaduct photographed from the exit of the tunnel
A Bombardier tram arriving at Nockhofweg stop

 

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All the pictures in this gallery

If you browse through the gallery pages, you're going to see the photos in order.

A red-beige livery DÜWAG tram climbing from Innsbruck to Fulpmes

The trams featured a very popular colour scheme and served until the middle of 2009.

Despite the heavy grade the tram is swift even during autumn, when the rails are slippery

A tram arriving at Fulpmes

An imposant DÜWAG tram in top condition is waiting for its run down to Innsbruck

You can see the massive of the Karwendel mountains being grabbed by winter in the background

Beginning in 1990 the Bombardier works at Vienna refurbished the DÜWAG tramcars

Beginning in 1990 the Bombardier works at Vienna refurbished the DÜWAG tramcars

A typical eight-axle is departing from Fulpmes, the most important town in the valley with 4000 citizens

Tram 82 at Fulpmes terminus

A white tram in a featurless autumn landscape

A tram photographed from a distance near Mutters

The distance between me and the tram was huge, mind it only occupies a few pixels in this photograph

Sharp turns are pecliar to the line, especially here, about a thousand metres above sea level

A white car at Fulpmes terminus

Photographed with a proper, colourful background, the white trams can be flashy

An STB train from profile

Mountains around here are usually above 200 metres, so they can easily be snow-covered at the beginning of summer

Mountains around here are usually above 200 metres, so they can easily be snow-covered at the beginning of summer

One of the water power plants of ÖBB

The power plant built on the Stubai creek is a small building, more like a transformator station than an important power plant

A Francis turbine from 1988

Blueprints of the power plant

We are 180 m below the surface

This crane allows heavy parts to be changed in the turbine room

Subterranean turbine room

If the elevator goes off and the stairway is barred, the workers can still try and dig themselves out :)

The 180 bars water pressure is used by the ÖBB locomotives climbing on the nearby Brenner pass.

Spinning parts

Performance details of the turbine

Old posters about work safety

Old poster about work noise safety

Lorry used to move heavy objects in the turbine room

Water input

The waterway of the fish

The waterway of the fish

New Bobmardier Flexity Outlook tram

Not that ugly

At least they found a nice colour scheme

Inside a Bombardier Flexity Outlook of the Stubaitalbahn

Cab of a Stubaitalbahn Bombardier tram

A narrow turn with a 30 kph speed limit

Mühlgrabenviadukt is one of the biggests on the line being a 109 metres long

Bahnwanderweg

Bombardier tram in the Mutter tunnel of the Stubaitalbahn

The viaduct from an other point of view

A tram exiting the tunnel is about to approach the Mühlgrabenviadukt

The viaduct photographed from the exit of the tunnel

A Bombardier tram at the curved Mühlgrabenviadukt

At the other side of the Mutterstunnel comes Nockhofweg stop

A Bombardier tram arriving at Nockhofweg stop

A Bombardier tram arriving at Nockhofweg stop

 

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