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650_057-Bienenm.jpg (108203 bytes)

FEG DMU 650 057 leaving Bienenmühle
Regioshuttle RS 1 650 057 of the Freiberger Eisenbahn (FEG) leaving Bienenmühle towards Freiberg. Very likely this is one of three new railcars built for operation on the Hunsrückbahn Boppard–Emmelshausen with the beginning of 13 December 2009. Usually FEG uses three vehicles of the same class but with yellow front painting. The Freiberger Eisenbahn (FEG) belongs to Rhenus Veniro, which also operates trains on the Alzey-Kirchheimbolanden line. Photo taken Sunday 4 October 2009.

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

Correction: This unit is not a new railcar for the Hunsrückbahn but the former VT 3.03 "Esther", one of the three existing railcars FEG VT3.01-VT3.03. All of them will get the new colors of Rhenus Veniro. Thanks to Heiko Schneider



650_057-Freiberg1.jpg (81102 bytes)

FEG DMU 650 057 in Freiberg
Regioshuttle RS 1 650 057 of the Freiberger Eisenbahn (FEG) waiting in Freiberg for back service to Holzhau. Very likely this is one of three new railcars built for operation on the Hunsrückbahn Boppard–Emmelshausen with the beginning of 13 December 2009. Usually FEG uses three vehicles of the same class but with yellow front painting. The Freiberger Eisenbahn (FEG) belongs to Rhenus Veniro, which also operates trains on the Alzey-Kirchheimbolanden line. Photo taken Sunday 4 October 2009.

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

Correction: This unit is not a new railcar for the Hunsrückbahn but the former VT 3.03 "Esther", one of the three existing railcars FEG VT3.01-VT3.03. All of them will get the new colors of Rhenus Veniro. Thanks to Heiko Schneider



650_057-Freiberg2.jpg (82159 bytes)

FEG DMU 650 057 in Freiberg
Regioshuttle RS 1 650 057 of the Freiberger Eisenbahn (FEG) waiting in Freiberg for back service to Holzhau. Very likely this is one of three new railcars built for operation on the Hunsrückbahn Boppard–Emmelshausen with the beginning of 13 December 2009. Usually FEG uses three vehicles of the same class but with yellow front painting. The Freiberger Eisenbahn (FEG) belongs to Rhenus Veniro, which also operates trains on the Alzey-Kirchheimbolanden line. Photo taken Sunday 4 October 2009.

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

Correction: This unit is not a new railcar for the Hunsrückbahn but the former VT 3.03 "Esther", one of the three existing railcars FEG VT3.01-VT3.03. All of them will get the new colors of Rhenus Veniro. Thanks to Heiko Schneider



650_057-Mulda1.jpg (111085 bytes)

FEG DMU 650 057 in Mulda
Regioshuttle RS 1 650 057 of the Freiberger Eisenbahn (FEG) stopping in Mulda on its way to Holzhau. Very likely this is one of three new railcars built for operation on the Hunsrückbahn Boppard–Emmelshausen with the beginning of 13 December 2009. Usually FEG uses three vehicles of the same class but with yellow front painting. The Freiberger Eisenbahn (FEG) belongs to Rhenus Veniro, which also operates trains on the Alzey-Kirchheimbolanden line. Photo taken Sunday 4 October 2009.

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

Correction: This unit is not a new railcar for the Hunsrückbahn but the former VT 3.03 "Esther", one of the three existing railcars FEG VT3.01-VT3.03. All of them will get the new colors of Rhenus Veniro. Thanks to Heiko Schneider



650_057-Mulda2.jpg (131109 bytes)

FEG DMU 650 057 leaving Mulda
Regioshuttle RS 1 650 057 of the Freiberger Eisenbahn (FEG) leaving Mulda towards Holzhau. Very likely this is one of three new railcars built for operation on the Hunsrückbahn Boppard–Emmelshausen with the beginning of 13 December 2009. Usually FEG uses three vehicles of the same class but with yellow front painting. The Freiberger Eisenbahn (FEG) belongs to Rhenus Veniro, which also operates trains on the Alzey-Kirchheimbolanden line. Photo taken Sunday 4 October 2009.

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

Correction: This unit is not a new railcar for the Hunsrückbahn but the former VT 3.03 "Esther", one of the three existing railcars FEG VT3.01-VT3.03. All of them will get the new colors of Rhenus Veniro. Thanks to Heiko Schneider



Bienenmu.jpg (119697 bytes)

Bienenmühle railway station
Bienenmühle railway station and waiting shelter. Bienenmühle is located on the line Freiberg–Holzhau which is served by passenger DMUs of the Freiberger Eisenbahn (FEG). Travel time between Freiberg and Holzhau is around 40 minutes. Photo taken Sunday 4 October 2009.

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



Clausnitz.jpg (130346 bytes)

Clausnitz waiting shelter
Wooden waiting shelter of Clausnitz. Clausnitz is located on the line Freiberg–Holzhau which is served by passenger DMUs of the Freiberger Eisenbahn (FEG). Travel time between Freiberg and Holzhau is around 40 minutes. Photo taken Sunday 4 October 2009.

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



FEG_VT3-01_DHU1.jpg (110548 bytes)

Freiberger Eisenbahn VT3.01 arrives in Holzhau just as the sun comes out after a sleet shower. I don't know why they always seem to use the second track. 2001-03-14.

Photo: tobias b köhler



FEG_VT3-01_DHU2.jpg (88510 bytes)

Freiberger Eisenbahn VT3.01 in Holzhau, during a brief sunny moment. Up here, a little snow still remains, while the spring has already started down in the valley. A long time ago, this line continued to Moldova in the Czech republic, but now the rest of the line is used as a cross-country ski run or bicycle trail. 2001-03-14.

Photo: tobias b köhler



FEG_VT3-01_i1.jpg (67393 bytes)

Freiberger Eisenbahn Regioshuttle VT3.01, interior. Mulda (Sachsen), 2001-03-14.

Photo: tobias b köhler



FEG_VT3-01_i2.jpg (92007 bytes)

View out of Freiberger Eisenbahn VT3.01 onto VT3.03. The window shape is an unmistakable feature of the Adtranz Regioshuttle. Mulda (Sachsen), 2001-03-14.

Photo: tobias b köhler



FEG_VT3-02_DHU.jpg (83784 bytes)

Freiberger Eisenbahn Regioshuttle VT 3.02 "Hannah" in Holzhau, currently the end station of the "Freiberger Muldentalbahn" from Freiberg. The sister DMU VT 3.01 is now named "Luisa". 2001-09-30.

Photo: tobias b köhler



FEG_VT3-03_DFR1.jpg (83295 bytes)

Freiberger Eisenbahn VT3.03 in Freiberg (Sachsen), track 7. In earlier years, there were steam trains and diesel locomotives with double-deck sets, but nowadays a single diesel Regioshuttle appears to be just the right size. Freiberger Eisenbahn is a local subsidiary of the eurobahn, the german local transport branch of VIA GTI and Rhenus, and started service on the Muldentalbahn in november 2000, by a 19-year contract. 2001-03-14.

Photo: tobias b köhler



FEG_VT3-03_DFR2.jpg (92905 bytes)

Freiberger Eisenbahn VT3.03 in Freiberg (Sachsen), track 7, before departing to Holzhau on the "Freiberger Muldetalbahn". 2001-03-14.

Photo: tobias b köhler



FEG_VT3-03_DHU1.jpg (67168 bytes)

Freiberger Eisenbahn VT3.03 in Holzhau shortly after arrival. 10 minutes later it will depart back to Freiberg. 2001-03-14.

Photo: tobias b köhler



FEG_VT3_DMUL1.jpg (109164 bytes)

Freiberger Eisenbahn VT3.03 (left, going to Holzhau) and VT3.01 (middle, going to Freital) meeting in Mulda. On the right you can see a "Meiningen W" snowplough of Regio Infra Service. 2001-03-14.

Photo: tobias b köhler



Holzhau.jpg (162099 bytes)

FEG railway station Holzhau
Holzhau railway station, end station of the Freiberger Eisenbahn (FEG) from Freiberg. Until 1945 trains proceeded southward to Bohemia. The poster on the station building offers it for sale. Photo taken Sunday 4 October 2009.

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



Mulda1.jpg (78269 bytes)

Mulda railway station, street facing side
Street facing side of Mulda (Sachs) railway station. Mulda is located on the line Freiberg–Holzhau which is served by passenger DMUs of the Freiberger Eisenbahn (FEG). On weekdays except Saturday two DMUs are usually meeting here with each other. Travel time between Freiberg and Holzhau is around 40 minutes. Photo taken Sunday 4 October 2009.

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



Mulda2.jpg (80424 bytes)

Mulda railway station, platform facing side
Platform facing side of Mulda (Sachs) railway station. Mulda is located on the line Freiberg–Holzhau which is served by passenger DMUs of the Freiberger Eisenbahn (FEG). On weekdays except Saturday two DMUs are usually meeting here with each other. Travel time between Freiberg and Holzhau is around 40 minutes. Photo taken Sunday 4 October 2009.

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



feg_vt302hh.jpg (124984 bytes)

Freiberger Eisenbahn - Germany
The Freiberger Eisenbahn (FEG) operates local trains between Freiberg (connection with DBAG trains) and Holzhau. In the picture diesel motor car VT3.02 - type "Regioshuttle" - is seen in the station of Holzhau. Two of these motor cars are necessary for the service, a third is spare.
Holzhau - 10/02/2002

Digital photo by Marco van Uden



feg_vt302hh3.jpg (129051 bytes)

Freiberger Eisenbahn - Germany
The line from Freiberg to Holzhau used to continue to Moldova in the Czech Republic, but the 2km of railway between these villages is no longer in service. Moldava is located to the right behind VT3.02 of the FEG.
Holzhau - 10/02/2002

Digital photo by Marco van Uden



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