Thank you for posting the video clips GeraldGerald:1374417 wrote:Or visit the Salzburg Freilichtmuseum.
http://www.freilichtmuseum.com/en/visit ... ation.html
In 2010, a narrow-gauge railway was built there for visitors.
The ride is included in the entrance fee.
2 short Videos from 2010
The steam train was unfortunately only 2010 to the opening of the route as a guest locomitive.
Otherwise, diesel-powered locomotives pull the visitors' cars.
I spent a full day at Salzburg Freilichtmuseum last year. It's another of the videos I need to sort out and post. I have more to contribute to this thread. It's really good to hear from you about these places. I can honestly say that the Salzburg Freilichtmuseum is one of the most amazing and enjoyable places I have visited. I went on a really warm day and it was fantastic!
The museum train was a real bonus and good fun to ride on. The 'Untersberg' locomotive was built in 1988 and was used to build the Channel tunnel between UK and France. It was a real surprise to see that it is now working on passenger trains alongside the 'Gaisberg' locomotive at Salzburg Freilichtmuseum