village viewed from the south. The tall blue and white pole in the center is the
bavarian craftsman tree - the church directly behind, the post office to the
left, a house to the right. The station house and station platform is barely
visible at the bottom left.
view of the main station at the village.
view of the station, with the switch house and water tank in the foreground.
top half of the train shed can be seen past the trestle. Note the door at the
left side of the shed where the trains can enter the shed's four track storage
views of the village
mallet moving through the yard approaching the station.
Euro-K as viewed from the upper "firepit" viewing area. The konditorei
(blue and white building) is just visible in the foreground, with the village
off in the distance. The mallet loco (green) is just at the first switchback
climbing to the top of the layout, and the rack loco (yellow) is in the lower
right hand corner climbing up to the konditorei.
farmhouse. You can just see a hen with her chicks in front.
Two views of the mallet steaming up the first switchback over the stream running
from the waterfall.
trestle viewed from below.
The trestle viewed from the south.
out of tunnel #3 towards the trestle.
little steam loco "switcher" pulls the mail and some tourists into the
cafe serves breakfast, lunch and dinner inside, or on the patio overlooking the
Two german cars parked at the station. In the morning, and later, in the
konditorei sits atop tunnel #2, serving passengers taking the rack railway from
the village below to enjoy the view and refreshments.
The livestock graze in fields in the upper highlands, close by the farmhouse.
Several views of the rack loco, with upper and lower stops.
The repair shop services the entire village.
The mallet negotiates the switchbacks up the mountain.