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199-861-mt.jpg (64490 bytes)

HSB Diesel Locomotive.
199 861-6 at the loco shed in Wernigerode on Saturday September 21st, 2002. 

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

Website www.MichaelTaylor.ca



199-871-mt.jpg (50282 bytes)

HSB Diesel Locomotive.
199 871-5 at the loco works sidings in Wernigerode Westerntor on Saturday September 21st, 2002.  

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

Website www.MichaelTaylor.ca



199-892-mt.jpg (39248 bytes)

HSB Diesel Locomotive.
199 892-1 at the loco works sidings in Wernigerode Westerntor on Saturday September 21st, 2002. 

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

Website www.MichaelTaylor.ca



199010-0_2.jpg (49473 bytes)

HSB shunter 199 010-2.

Photo by Dennis Mitter (Dennis.Mitter@ton-aus-strom.de)



199877-2.jpg (62904 bytes)

Diesel-Lok der HSB (Harzer Schmalspurbahn) 199 877-2 mit Schneepflug
am 20.12.1998 bei Drei Annen Hohne

Foto und Scan von Thomas Sengler >>> Zur Homepage



487.jpg (109217 bytes)

Locomotive 199 892-1 of the Harzer Schmalspur Bahnen with a local train from Wernigerode to Nordhausen Nord at the railway station of Drei Annen Hohne on 16-10-1997.

Photo and scan by Date Jan de Vries (email: datedevries@hotmail.com).



HSB199-861+99-222Wer2302.jpg (94637 bytes)

HSB 199-861-6 and 99-222. Wernigerode, 23/02/2012.

Photo Jean-Pierre Vergez-Larrouy (jpvl64@gmail.com)



HSB199-861_Wernigerode2.jpg (126642 bytes)

Harzer Schmalspurbahnen - Germany
There are still 5 large diesel locomotives ("Harz Camels") left for freight/work trains and shunting. In the picture 199 861 is shunting with passenger cars in the station of Wernigerode. Wernigerode, 29-12-2003

Digital photo by Marco van Uden



HSB199-872Wer2302.jpg (99009 bytes)

HSB 199-872-3. Wernigerode, 23/02/2012.

Photo Jean-Pierre Vergez-Larrouy (jpvl64@gmail.com)



HSB199877WernigW.jpg (148997 bytes)

HSB - Harzer Schmalspurbahnen GmbH
Diesel engine 199 877 at Wernigerode Westerntor.

Picture taken on 1998-07-16 in Wernigerode.

Photo and scan: Michael Kaben, 24214 Schinkel, Germany



HSB199xxxMotorBwWernigW.jpg (162691 bytes)

HSB - Harzer Schmalspurbahnen GmbH
Diesel engine of 199 series locomotive at Wernigerode Westerntor depot.

Picture taken on 1998-07-17 in Wernigerode.

Photo and scan: Michael Kaben, 24214 Schinkel, Germany



HSB_877.jpg (89312 bytes)

Narrow gauge diesel locomotive 199 877 "Red Camel" with a "rollbock" train (standard gauge freight cars on narrow gauge flat cars with standard gauge rails) in the station of Alexisbad. The diesel locomotives of this class are actually standard gauge locomotives of DBAG class 201 (B'B') placed on 3-axle narrow gauge bogies. 30/08/96.

Photo by Marco van Uden <m.van.uden@worldonline.nl>
Scan by Thierry de Villeneuve <thierryv@alpes-net.fr>



can01.jpg (120500 bytes)

"Kamel" (Camel) is a popular name for the diesel locos 199.8 on the Harzer Schmalspurbahn rebuilt of the class V100 of the Deutsche Reichsbahn. The common used name for this locos by the personal seemed to be "Kanne" (can). The can 199 863 passes the quarry at Unterberg with a freight train in january 90. Today this quarry ist the last customer for freights of the narrow gauge net in the Harz.

Photo and scan by Volker.Dehnke@tu-clausthal.de



can02.jpg (89575 bytes)

199 871 arrives Wernigerode Hasserode with normal gauge wagon on trucks in january 90. At this time the standard gauge wagons were transported in Wernigerode and Nordhausen on this trucks (Rollboecke) and on the lines on special narrow gauge wagons (Rollwagen). Today a new kind of trucks are used.

Photo and scan by Volker.Dehnke@tu-clausthal.de



can03.jpg (71955 bytes)

199 871 transporting coal near Eisfelder Talmuehle in may 90.

Photo and scan by Volker.Dehnke@tu-clausthal.de



can04.jpg (217953 bytes)

199 871 with a short freight train near Ilfeld (january 90).

Photo and scan by Volker.Dehnke@tu-clausthal.de



can05.jpg (160532 bytes)

199 871 between Eisfelder Talmuehle and Stiege (january 90).

Photo and scan by Volker.Dehnke@tu-clausthal.de



can06.jpg (163315 bytes)

199 872 between Drei-Annen-Hohne and Sorge (june 90).

Photo and scan by Volker.Dehnke@tu-clausthal.de



can07.jpg (81680 bytes)

199 877 on its way back from Benneckenstein to Nordhausen in Eisfelder Talmuehle (febuary 91).

Photo and scan by Volker.Dehnke@tu-clausthal.de



can08.jpg (100149 bytes)

199 861 and 891 with passenger trains in Stiege. Today it is seldom to see two cans with passenger trains (may 91).

Photo and scan by Volker.Dehnke@tu-clausthal.de



can09.jpg (101390 bytes)

199 877 pulls the freshly overhauled 99 7222 from the transport wagon in Wernigerode Umladebahnhof (april 91). See the big difference in the size between these locos.

Photo and scan by Volker.Dehnke@tu-clausthal.de



can10.jpg (148312 bytes)

In june 91 the reconstruction of line to the bottom of the Brocken began. 199 877 left Schierke with a working train.

Photo and scan by Volker.Dehnke@tu-clausthal.de



can11.jpg (73858 bytes)

199 877 with some hoppers at Goetheweg in july 91.

Photo and scan by Volker.Dehnke@tu-clausthal.de



can12.jpg (131951 bytes)

199 879 and a second one in Drei-Annen-Hohne in may 94.

Photo and scan by Volker.Dehnke@tu-clausthal.de



can13.jpg (71534 bytes)

199 872 waiting for the next service in Nordhausen Nord in december 95.

Photo and scan by Volker.Dehnke@tu-clausthal.de



can14.jpg (132978 bytes)

199 877, 187 011 and 99 7231 in Eisfelder Talmuehle (april 98).

Photo and scan by Volker.Dehnke@tu-clausthal.de



can15.jpg (143355 bytes)

199 877 at the quarry in Unterberg (april 98).

Photo and scan by Volker.Dehnke@tu-clausthal.de



can16.jpg (148000 bytes)

199 877 is returning from Unterberg to Eisfelder Talmuehle. In the front the tracks from Wernigerode can be seen (april 98).

Photo and scan by Volker.Dehnke@tu-clausthal.de



can17.jpg (113580 bytes)

In the last days of the "Rollwagen" 199 877 left Eisfelder Talmuehle. (april 98).

Photo and scan by Volker.Dehnke@tu-clausthal.de



can18.jpg (124292 bytes)

199 879 ended its life as narrow gauge locomotive. Back on standard gauge boogies it is waiting for the transport to ADTranz who bought four of the 199.8 (october 98).

Photo and scan by Volker.Dehnke@tu-clausthal.de



can19.jpg (123669 bytes)

199 871 is leaving Wernigerode to Ilfeld (october 98).

Photo and scan by Volker.Dehnke@tu-clausthal.de



harzer1998772_e0006899.jpg (92168 bytes)

Harzer Schmalspurbahnen HSB - 199877-2

Lok 199877-2 am 12. August 2004 in Nordhausen Nord.

Photo: Bernd Kittendorf (info@bernd-kittendorf.de)
Homepage: www.bernd-kittendorf.de



hsb0079.jpg (65151 bytes)

Harzer Schmalspurbahnen

199 892 am 05.02.2000 vor einem Zug in Wernigerode. Die Lok hatte an diesem Tag Rangierdienst.

Foto: Olaf Herrig (Herrig@bimmelbahn.de)



hsb0103.jpg (64234 bytes)

Harzer Schmalspurbahnen

"Triebwagenersatzverkehr" im Selketal. 199 871 am 07.02.2000 in Alexisbad. Die Lok übernimmt die Leistungen der wegen eines Garantiemangels abgestellten Triebwagen.

Foto: Olaf Herrig (Herrig@bimmelbahn.de)



meet02.jpg (107856 bytes)

Not only in Alexisbad or Eisfelder Talmuehle you can see leaving two trains the station on the tracks of the Harzer Schmalspurbahn. Here a DR class 114 hurries to get the 199.8 in Nordhausen in febuary 91.

Photo and scan by Volker.Dehnke@tu-clausthal.de



meet03.jpg (97098 bytes)

Not only in Alexisbad or Eisfelder Talmuehle you can see leaving two trains the station on the tracks of the Harzer Schmalspurbahn. Here a DR class 114 hurries to get the 199.8 in Nordhausen in febuary 91.

Photo and scan by Volker.Dehnke@tu-clausthal.de



strs_hsb_8.jpg (112530 bytes)

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

199010 (former normal gauge Köf?) in Gernrode

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



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