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Austria_Donawitz_Werke_-steam_+_diesel_No_2-_10_1974.jpg (100978 bytes)

Austria - 76cm gauge steam (100.2 nearest the camera) and diesel locomotives share shunting duties at Donawitz Steelworks; October 1974

Photo and scan Roger Griffiths; jrcs@blueyonder.co.uk



Austria_Donawitz_Werke_NG_100_15_10_1974.jpg (88877 bytes)

In October 1974, Austria's Donawitz Steelworks still used steam locos on 70cm and standard gauge internal lines. 70cm 0-4-0T 100.15 rests between duties. The 100 relates to the engine's nominal horsepower (PS) the 15 denotes the 15th engine of that power rating.

Photo and scan Roger Griffiths jrcs@blueyonder.co.uk



Austria_Donawitz_Werke_NG_100_2_shunt_-2-_10_1974.jpg (66858 bytes)

Austria Donawitz Steelworks 70cm gauge 0-4-0T 100.2 shunts wagons of scrap iron destined for the furnaces October 1974

Photo and scan Roger Griffiths jrcs@blueyonder.co.uk



Austria_Donawitz_Werke_SG_200_1_through_shop_10_1974.jpg (41556 bytes)

In October 1974, Austria's Donawitz Steelworks still used steam locos on 70cm and standard gauge internal lines. Standard gauge 0-4-0T 200.1 is seen on shunting duties through a workshop. The 200 relates to the engine's nominal horsepower (PS) the 1 denotes the 1st engine of that power rating.

Photo and scan Roger Griffiths jrcs@blueyonder.co.uk



Austria_Donawitz_Werke_SG_250_1_shunt_10_1974.jpg (75578 bytes)

Austria The huge Donawitz steelworks had an extensive internal railway system, originally on three gauges. Here, standard gauge 0-4-0T 250.1 is seen shunting wagons into one of the workshops. October 1974

Photo and scan Roger Griffiths jrcs@blueyonder.co.uk



Dora+railjet_klangwolke2010.jpg (115531 bytes)

voestalpine "Dora" on a temporary track along the Danube in Linz. The Linzer Klangwolke ("cloud of sound") is an open-air show with music and fireworks on the banks of the Danube, in 2010 it was about the "Baby Jet", a vision of a supersonic maglev train in vacuum tubes and involved the following railway vehicles:

ÖBB KL X626.189 (maintenance vehicle)
voestalpine DORA (steam locomotive)
ÖBB 73 81 80-90 716-9 Afmpz and 71 81 19-90 616-7 Ampz (railjet)
ÖBB 21 81 331 0 152-5 Ks (flat wagon)
X262.005 (diesel shunter)
voestalpine 5081.19 (railbus, on a ship)

The Dora (under steam!) and the Ks were lifted high above the Danube by a crane. 2010-09-04.

tobias b köhler



Dora_klangwolke2010_0.jpg (160231 bytes)

Long shot of the Linzer Klangwolke 2010. One of the main attractions was a steam locomotive (under full steam) lifted high above the Danube by a crane with an actor on its side walkway. The locomotive is the "Dora" of voestalpine, built 1922 by Jung. 2010-09-04.

tobias b köhler



Dora_klangwolke2010_1.jpg (134781 bytes)

voestalpine "Dora", built by Jung (Jungenthal) in 1922 under factory number 3237 under the name "Trier" for Hoesch AG, Zeche Radbod, Hamm, preserved by Club für Industriebahngeschichte, Linz. Lifted up high above the Danube while under steam during the "Linzer Klangwolke", 2010-09-04.

tobias b köhler



Dora_klangwolke2010_2.jpg (155609 bytes)

voestalpine "Dora" with an actor on the side walkway. Linzer Klangwolke, 2010-09-04.

tobias b köhler



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