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Former section of the Arlbergbahn between Klösterle (Westportal Blisadonatunnel) and station Langen am Arlberg, 28-07-2013.

© Eddy Konijnendijk.


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Former section of the Arlbergbahn between Klösterle (Westportal Blisadonatunnel) and station Langen am Arlberg, 28-07-2013.

© Eddy Konijnendijk.


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Former section of the Arlbergbahn between Klösterle (Westportal Blisadonatunnel) and station Langen am Arlberg, 28-07-2013.

© Eddy Konijnendijk.


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Former section of the Arlbergbahn between Klösterle (Westportal Blisadonatunnel) and station Langen am Arlberg, 28-07-2013.

© Eddy Konijnendijk.


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Inn river bridge, Landeck
Bridge spanning the Inn river west of Landeck. Located on the Arlberg Railway (route km 73.404) and still a single track bridge though most of the mountain line has been rebuilt to double track. Photo taken Saturday 21 June 2003.

Photo: Steffen Mokosch (Steffen.Mokosch@web.de)



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The Trisanna bridge over the Paznaun valley is the highest bridge of the Arlberg line. Here seen from the cab of the 1020 042-6.

2003-08-31

tobias b köhler



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Trisanna Bridge and Wiesberg Castle
Famous view of Trisanna Bridge located next to Wiesberg Castle on route km 80.253 of Arlberg Railway. The bridge spans with a length of 230 m the entrance of the Paznaun River at a height of 87 m and crosses the Trisanna Gorge and the B188 Silvrettastra▀e. Also located below the bridge is a hydropower plant. Today's steel bridge was built in 1964 and replaced the old one from 1883. Photo taken Saturday 21 June 2003.

Photo: Steffen Mokosch (Steffen.Mokosch@web.de)



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