Re: OFF TOPIC German narrow gauge

BM
 

Michael,

Many thanks for sharing these images via the LRRSA Group. I have enjoyed them immensely and I envy your opportunity to experience this wonderful operation first-hand.

 

Cheers

Bob McKillop

 

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Subject: [LRRSA] OFF TOPIC German narrow gauge

 

 

Happy New Year!

 

Greetings from the United Kingdom.

 

Over Christmas I travelled to Germany via train to visit the metre-gauge Harzer Schmalspurbahnen.

 

I liked it so much I rode it twice on two separate days. Their articulated 2-10-2 locomotives are amazing. There was also a Mallet locomotive built in 1898 by Arn Jung in steam.

 

On the second day I caught a train to the top of the Brocken. Sadly there was no snow this year but it was zero degrees C on the top and when you add the wind-chill factor it felt much colder.

 

I have uploaded a collection of images to Flickr.

 

Going even further off-topic, pages 3 and 4 of the album show the modern trains (and a tram) used to get to Germany, travel around the Harz, and get back to the UK.

 

Take a look if you are interested.

 

Kind regards for 2016.

 

Michael Chapman

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