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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 agree - there are lot's of fine beers available in Bavaria. I also like to enjoy a Franziskaner Weissbier. It is readily available in large supermarkets in the UK. I have to say though that it is even better when consumed closer to its home countryReichsstaedter:1376169 wrote:And enjoy your Erdinger although there are many other fine beers in Bavaria and Baden-Wuerttemberg
I just wanted to update this thread. Any excuse to look at Austrian railways . This image is by Walter Strubel, Webmaster of Club 760:Gerald wrote: Hello Pete,
Interesting photos you have made of the workshop.
The first picture could be the Aquarius C.
https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heeresfel ... e_HF_210_E
From 1945 until October 1957 it was used as a passenger train at the Salzkammergut local railway with the number 22 in the passenger traffic. For this purpose, it was turned over to the slightly larger gauge of 760 mm. After the SKGLB was discontinued, it was sold to the Zillertalbahn. From 1958 to 1972 it was mainly used as a freight train locomotive with the number ZB 4 in goods traffic. On 27th October 1968 she received the name CASTLE CAEREINION through Welsh Zillertalbahn friends.
Eg 4 in the EUROVAPOR deployment on the Bregenzerwaldbahn (1974)
From 8 April 1974 she drove five years for EUROVAPOR on the BB-Schmalspurstrecke of the Bregenzerwaldbahn until their decommissioning in May 1980. On 22 December 1980 it was sold by the Zillertalbahn to the German industrialist Walter Seidensticker. In March 1981 she returned to the Zillertal, where she was still available for special trains in the following two years.
From 1984 to 1986, she was overtaken in Lengerich's main school in the Teutoburger Wald-Eisenbahn. In April 1986 she came to the Jagsttalbahn Drzbach-Mckmhl and was there until she suffered a damage to the boiler at the end of 1988. From 1991 to 1996 she was exhibited without tender in the German Technological Museum Berlin.
After a main investigation 1996/1997 at the Grlitz-Schlauroth plant of the Deutsche Bahn AG, the commissioning of Rgen's Kleinbahn took place in May 1997. In June 2005, the boiler set-up period expired. The locomotive was parked in Putbus for repair until the end of 2007. On December 12, 2007, she was put into operation again with a load test run. 
From May 2009, the locomotive of the railway construction and operating company Pressnitztalbahn mbH belonged to Jhstadt, which continued to operate mainly on the island of Rgen in the special train service. At the end of the boiler period (under German law), the locomotive 2016 was marketed for sale. In the autumn of 2016, the club 760, which already owns several SKGLB original co-motocots, announced the acquisition of the locomotive with support from the state of Salzburg and possibly to use it on the Taurachbahn.
It looks like the Aquarius C is currently being repaired and then used on the Taurachbahn.