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900-446-mt.jpg (47012 bytes)

HSB Passenger Cars.
The right hand car, #900-446 was built by Wittenberg in 1992 for the HSB and is typical of the loco hauled bogie passenger stock. Photographed at Wernigerode on Saturday September 21st, 2002. 

Photo by Michael Taylor, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. (michael@michaeltaylor.ca)

Website www.MichaelTaylor.ca



905-152-Ilfeld.jpg (162852 bytes)

HSB baggage car KDaai 905-152, Ilfeld
HSB baggage car KDaai 905-152 parked at Ilfeld station. Photo taken Wednesday 25 June 2003.

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



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Train crossing at Schierke - Harz/Germany (25.07.2006)

Photo by Jan Christian Haddorp (haddorp@lunanigra.de)



DSCF0178.jpg (116550 bytes)

Train crossing at Schierke - Harz/Germany (25.07.2006)

Photo by Jan Christian Haddorp (haddorp@lunanigra.de)



DSCF0185.jpg (144235 bytes)

Some old wagons near Wernigerode main station - Harz/Germany (25.07.2006)

Photo by Jan Christian Haddorp (haddorp@lunanigra.de)



HSB_900-456_it02.jpg (116605 bytes)

HSB museum car 900-456 KB4ip on the stand of the Zeppenfeld Industriegruppe.

Innotrans 2002 Berlin, 2002-09-25.

Photo: tobias b köhler



HSB_Rollbock_Eisfelder.jpg (148525 bytes)

Harzer Schmalspurbahnen - Germany
Freight traffic on the HSB lines is very minimal, if it still exists at all. These standard gauge freight cars on narrow gauge transporters look like they have been here quite a while... Eisfelder Talmühle, 28-12-2003

Digital photo by Marco van Uden



HSB_trad.jpg (44374 bytes)

A passenger car of the `traditional train' of the HSB, in Wernigerode Westerntor (where most HSB material is stored), November 1995. Most carriages of the HSB have been rebuilt in the '70s and '80s, with the exception of the `traditional train', which is used for special excursions.

Photo by Tobias B. Köhler (unci@tigerden.com)



HSBtrain.jpg (36373 bytes)

A train of the HSB at Brocken station, in typical cold, foggy, stormy weather, November 1995. The carriages were built in the early 20th century, they were rebuilt in the 70s/80s by the DR, with new carbodies and windows but the original different lengths. The cream/red livery was introduced by the DR as standard livery for narrow gauge trains in the 70s. The cars are steam heated and have all open end platforms.

Photo and scan by Tobias B. Koehler (unci@tigerden.com)



KesselwgnHSBFlachwgnBrocken.jpg (143959 bytes)

HSB - Harzer Schmalspurbahnen GmbH
Standard gauge tanker on meter gauge HSB car delivering diesel to Brocken peak station.

Picture taken on 1998-07-20 on Brocken peak.

Photo and scan: Michael Kaben, 24214 Schinkel, Germany



strs_hsb_36.jpg (122720 bytes)

HSB - Harzer Schmalspurbahn: Harzquerbahn, Selketalbahn, Brockenbahn; Germany
Narrow gauge 1000 mm.

Train coming down from the Brocken, arriving at Drei Annen Hohne

Photo by Stephan Rolf Schilling July 30 - August 2 2003
contact: sschill@web.de



strs_hsb_57.jpg (124698 bytes)

HSB - Harzer Schmalspurbahn: Harzquerbahn, Selketalbahn, Brockenbahn; Germany
Narrow gauge 1000 mm.

Train at the Brocken line, about 800 metres above sea level.

Photo by Stephan Rolf Schilling July 30 - August 2 2003
contact: sschill@web.de



strs_hsb_75.jpg (153721 bytes)

HSB - Harzer Schmalspurbahn: Harzquerbahn, Selketalbahn, Brockenbahn; Germany
Narrow gauge 1000 mm.

HSB cargo waggons in Eisfelder Talmühle.

Photo by Stephan Rolf Schilling July 30 - August 2 2003
contact: sschill@web.de



strs_hsb_76.jpg (146687 bytes)

HSB - Harzer Schmalspurbahn: Harzquerbahn, Selketalbahn, Brockenbahn; Germany
Narrow gauge 1000 mm.

HSB cargo waggons in Eisfelder Talmühle.

Photo by Stephan Rolf Schilling July 30 - August 2 2003
contact: sschill@web.de



strs_hsb_9.jpg (113111 bytes)

HSB - Harzer Schmalspurbahn: Harzquerbahn, Selketalbahn, Brockenbahn; Germany
Narrow gauge 1000 mm.

HSB cargo train in Gernrode, displaying ancient farmers's equipment

Photo by Stephan Rolf Schilling July 30 - August 2 2003
contact: sschill@web.de



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