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Shawn Steigner

US Hwy 6 and US Hwy 40 at Night

Christian Stehle

The "Öchsle" Steam Train

Ochsenhausen / Biberach, Germany

September 23, 2006

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© 2006 Christian Stehle, All Rights Reserved.

Caption

The "Öchsle" (german, minimization of "ox") was a regional narrow-gage railway. It connected the two towns "Biberach an der Riß" and "Ochsenhausen" ("Ox-Town").
The railway has been closed 1983, but not yet deconstructed. It was re-opened 1985 as a touristic attraction and still shuttles between Warthausen and Ochsenhausen.
The panorama shows the "cockpit" of the old steam train "Berta".

Additional Caption: Die "Öchsle" Schmalspur-Museumsbahn ▼


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Location

Europe / Germany

Lat: 48° 04' 15.07" N
Long: 9° 56' 49.29" E

Elevation: 1895

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Equipment

Canon SLR, Sigma 8mm EX, Agnos MRotator Head

Die "Öchsle" Schmalspur-Museumsbahn

Das Öchsle war eine württembergische Schmalspurbahn mit der Spurweite 750 mm zwischen den Städten Biberach an der Riß und Ochsenhausen. Die Bahn wurde 1983 stillgelegt, aber nicht abgebaut, sondern 1985 als touristische Museumsbahn zwischen Warthausen und Ochsenhausen wiedereröffnet.

Das Panoramabild zeigt den Lokführerstand der "99788" (1´E1´h2t), gebaut 1957 in Babelsberg.
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