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  1. The front end

    The front end

  2. Entering station

    Entering station

    The train is returning from yet another trip
  3. Finished with today's work

    Finished with today's work

    Waiting to be cleaned down and getting the ash removed
  4. Going around the train

    Going around the train

    This is the end station today
  5. Downhill

    Downhill

    On this grade we have 6,5%...
  6. Tyska loket

    Tyska loket

    This one is made in Germany just after WW1 and sold to Sweden as surplus. This type of steam locomotive was made for the German army for use in the trench warfare and was used in transport duty.
  7. Small locomotive

    Small locomotive

    Here is our work train. In the front we have rocks for a landfill and at the rear we got our gravel cars loaded with gravel for the roadbed. The train has just passed the steepest incline at 6 percent.
  8. The Christmas train 1999

    The Christmas train 1999

    Well, has Christmas panic struck? Hmmm, here is what I did sunday the 15. december 2002, except this photo is taken in 1999. We had better weather this time and about 500 travellers. Everything went very smoothly. We had two trains running. We even had a visit by Santa Claus. The problem with...



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