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Brocken mountain narrow gauge station
HSB railway station of Brocken, terminus on the summit of the Brocken, the highest mountain in the Harz. The railway station also known in German as the Brockenbahnhof lies only a few metres below the summit of the Brocken at a height of 1,125 m (3,691 ft). It is the highest railway station in Germany that is served by a railway without a rack system. The present station building was built in 1924 of granite. A restaurant, ticket office and souvenir shop for the Harz Narrow Gauge Railway are located in the station building. The station is currently only served by scheduled services by the steam-hauled trains of the Harz Narrow Gauge Railway and is primarily a tourist facility. Photo taken Sunday 23 March 2003.

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



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Drei-Annen-Hohne narrow gauge station
HSB railway station of Drei-Annen-Hohne, branch-off station on the Harz Railway and the Brocken Railway. The station was built in 1898 by the Nordhausen-Wernigerode Railway Company after the completion of the Harz Railway and initially bore the name Signalfichte, then Signalfichte-Hohne. After a storm blew down the Signalfichte (a prominent "signal spruce" tree) in October 1901, the names of two hamlets in the vicinity were joined together to make the new station name. Photo taken Sunday 23 March 2003.

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



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Drei-Annen-Hohne narrow gauge station
HSB railway station of Drei-Annen-Hohne, branch-off station on the Harz Railway and the Brocken Railway. View towards Wernigerode; you can get beer (0,5 l) for € 1,90 in the restaurant Zur Harzquerbahn! Photo taken Sunday 23 March 2003.

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



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Ilfeld narrow gauge station
HSB railway station of Ilfeld located on the Harzquerbahn. Looking south. The station building is located on the village side. Photo taken Wednesday 25 June 2003. Since 2004, Ilfeld is the terminus of a tram line from Nordhausen. There operate hybrid vehicles that run on electric power in Nordhausen with catenary. On the way to Ilfeld a diesel engine drives a generator and thus generate power for the electric motor.

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



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Ilfeld station shed
Small HSB shed located on the northern exit of Ilfeld station. The main track is leading towards Eisfelder Talmühle. Photo taken Wednesday 25 June 2003.

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



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Ilfeld narrow gauge station
Street view of HSB Ilfeld station located on the Harzquerbahn. Looking south. The station building is located on the village side. Photo taken Wednesday 25 June 2003.

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



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Ilfeld station detail
Station detail of HSB Ilfeld station with Harz area typical coloured columns on the track side of the building. Photo taken Wednesday 25 June 2003.

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



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Netzkater narrow gauge station
HSB railway station of Netzkater located on the Harzquerbahn (route km 14.0 from Nordhausen). Looking south towards Nordhausen. The station is used by trippers for hiking and visits to the nearby Rabenstein Mine. Photo taken Wednesday 25 June 2003.

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



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Niedersachswerfen Ost narrow gauge station
HSB railway station of Niedersachswerfen Ost located on the Harzquerbahn. It is served by steam trains of the Harzer Schmalspurbahnen and the Nordhausen tram hybrid vehicles. Photo taken Wednesday 25 June 2003.

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



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Nordhausen Nord narrow gauge station
HSB railway station of Nordhausen Nord where the Harz railway begins. It lies in northwest of and parallel to the standard gauge railway station. This photo was taken before the Nordhausen Tramway connecting completed in 2004. Photo taken in 1996.

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



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Nordhausen Nord narrow gauge station
HSB railway station of Nordhausen Nord where the Harz railway begins. It lies in northwest of and parallel to the standard gauge railway station. After passing the link line to the Nordhausen Tramway that joins it from the right, the railway bends towards the Harz Mountains. Photo taken Wednesday 25 June 2003.

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



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Nordhausen Nord narrow gauge station
HSB railway station of Nordhausen Nord with Nordhausen Tramway connecting to be completed in 2004 visible behind the fence. Photo taken Wednesday 25 June 2003.

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



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Bahnhof Nordhausen Nord

Bahnhofsgebäude Nordhausen Nord - rechts neben dem Gebäude liegt das Gleis, über das die DUO-Triebwagen aus dem Straßenbahnnetz auf die Schmalspurgleise der Harzer Schmalspurbahnen (HSB) gelangen. (12. August 2004)

Photo: Claudia Wolf (info@claudia-blondie-wolf.de)
Homepage: www.claudia-blondie-wolf.de



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Bahnhof Nordhausen Nord

Leere Bahnhofshalle Nordhausen Nord durchs Fenster gesehen. Dieses Gebäude liegt neben dem Bahnhof Nordhausen und gehört zu den Harzer Schmalspurbahnen. (12. August 2004)

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



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Bahnhof Nordhausen Nord

Bahnsteig des Bahnhofs Nordhausen Nord. Hier verkehren die Züge der Harzer Schmalspurbahnen. (12. August 2004)

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



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Bahnhof Schierke der HSB (Harzer Schmalspurbahn)
an einem winterlichen Sonntag, 20.12.1998

Foto und Scan von Thomas Sengler >>> Zur Homepage



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HSB
The station building at Drei Annen Hohne on Saturday September 21st, 2002. 

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

Website www.MichaelTaylor.ca



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