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Part 1: Verein Historische Eisenbahn Frankfurt Ein gutes Dutzend Aktive gehen im Verein Historische Eisenbahn Frankfurt ihrer Liebe nach. Überwiegend Männer, hauptsächlich Berufseisenbahner, die auch ihre Freizeit der Bahn, der Dampfeisenbahn, widmen. Jeder hat seine eigenen Motive für das schmutzige Hobby, aber fast immer spielt die Familientradition eine Rolle, ob Vater oder Großvater. Wer dann in den modernen Zeiten anders seine Brötchen verdient, für den wird hier der Traum von der Dampflok Wirklichkeit. Der stampfende Sound, der Geruch verbrannter Kohle - keine Strapaze ist ihnen zu viel. Part 2: Historische Aufnahmen von der letzten Fahrt der 18 323 Im zweiten Teil unserer Sendung zeigen wir den Film "Die letzte Reise". 1972 hat Franz Lehmer die letzte Fahrt der 18 323 mit seiner 16-mm-Kamera dokumentiert - ein sehr persönliches Abschiedsgeschenk bei dem auch die Lokomotive selbst zu Wort kommt. Folge 569 vom 10.07.2005 Noch mehr Lust auf Eisenbahnen? Dann schaut euch das mal an! Hier gibt alles rund um Eisenbahn-Romantik: Kanal abonnieren unter http://www.bit.ly/eisenbahnromantik Fan werden bei Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/eisenbahnromantik... Kreise uns ein bei Google+: http://plus.google.com/+eisenbahnromantik...
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Steaming up my second hand Marklin BR 18 for the first time. We ran into some issues: water feeder line seems to be clogged and she had to be filled up through the safety valve. Gas valve was also tight and had to be lubricated. But after all she is running just fine.
A model railway video i've longed to do for a while, where i run locomotives from the early to mid 18 and 1900s This features locos built as early as 1880 right up to 1914 and beyond! One locomotive features that wasn't built in the early or mid 1800s and 1900s, it was a loco built in the 1930s, look out for it! Locomotives featured: - GWR Dean Single: Built 1891 - 1899 - LBSCR A1/A1X Terrier : Built 1872 - 1880 - Fletcher, Jennings & Co no.1 Talyllyn: Built 1864 - LBSC E4 Class: Built 1897 - 1903 - GWR 3700 City Class no.3440 City of Truro: Built 1903 - Peckett W4 Class: Built 1885 - 1906 - LSWR 0298 Class 'Beattie Well Tank': Built 1863 - 1875 - LSWR 415 Class 'Adams Radial': Built 1882 - 1885 - SECR H Class: 1904, 1909 and 1915 - GWR Taff Vale Railway U1 Class : Built 1896 - LNWR Webb Coal Tank: Built 1881 - 1897 - S&DJR 7F: Built 1914 - 1925 - LNER B12(GER S69) : Built 1911 - 1928 - L&YR Class 21 'Pug': Built 1886, 1891 and 1910 - LSWR T9: Built 1899 - 1901 - LNER D16 (GER S46): Built 1900 - 1923 - SECR P Class: Built 1909 - 1910 - LSWR M7: Built 1897 - 1911 This is the last video to feature the Hornby Terrier as it has since been sold since this video was filmed Like me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/class47peter/ Instagram: https://instagram.com/class47peter/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.co.uk/petergower94/
The Final Open Day at Dinting Railway Centre - 16th April 1990. Anything that could be moved was shunted outside the shed on that last day producing some unusual sights.
Please watch: "The abandoned Eurostar" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yq14YnFOewQ --~-- The British Rail Class 230 or D-train is a diesel electric multiple unit or battery EMU built by rolling stock manufacturer Vivarail for the British rail network. The units are converted from London Underground D78 Stock, originally manufactured during 1980 by Metro Cammell. The conversion re-uses the D78's aluminium bodyshells with refurbished interiors, the traction motors and bogies, and replaces the third-rail traction-current system with diesel-generator or battery-packs. A battery electric multiple unit, battery electric railcar or accumulator railcar is an electrically driven multiple unit or railcar whose energy is derived from rechargeable batteries that drive its traction motors. The main advantage of these vehicles is that they do not use fossil fuels like coal or diesel fuel, emit no exhaust gases and do not require the railway to have expensive infrastructure like electric ground rails or overhead catenary. On the down side is the weight of the batteries, which raises the vehicle weight, and their range before recharging of between 300 and 600 kilometres (186 and 373 mi). Currently, battery electric units have a higher purchase price and running cost than petrol or diesel railcars, needing one or more charging stations along the routes they operate.
Several areas of Britain were electrified with 25Kv overhead wires. These include the lines out of Fenchurch Street & Liverpool Street stations in London, and the lines around Leeds, Manchester, Bradford and Crewe. This video shows classes 302, 304, 305/1, 305/2. 308, 309/2 & 310 in action between 1992 & 2000.
A super simple video of my original Lima class 33s dating from the 70s. It's amazing how 'Crompton' they sound :) OK the first clip is a real Crompton, but everything else is just the models
The Minitrix USTC (United States Transportation Corps) Train Set includes 1 class 03.10 steam locomotive, two passenger cars and one sleeping car. Special service for the members of the US Army. After 1945, the German railroads were under the administration of the Allies in the different occupation zones. The best locomotives and cars were requisitioned and served to transport service grades in the occupying powers. American field railroaders were responsible for maintaining locomotives in the Kassel area, among other things. Even in far off America many of them were railroaders born and bred, and it happened that they decorated a particularly well preserved class 03.10 streamlined locomotive with the emblem of their home railroad "Atlantic Coast Line", in order to bring something of the beloved "American Way of Life" into their daily lives so far from home.