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Austria Triple

Austria once had many narrow gauge lines, as well as numerous rack railways. Their numbers are much depleted today, but some still survive. The former Steyrtalbahn, in central Austria, was the first 760mm gauge line in the country. Part of it still survives, run by ÖGEG, the Austrian railway preservation society. Further west, in the Tyrol, the famous 760mm gauge Zillertalbahn is operated by the local community and provides year-round freight and passenger service as well as running tourist trains.Nearby is the metre-gauge Achenseebahn, Europe's oldest rack line. It is a rare early example of the Riggenbach rack, still in regular commercial service every summer. All these lines were filmed in 1997. This DVD includes the full content of Achensee Antics and Two Valleys in Austria.

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The following thumbnails lead to stills taken directly from the video. Just click on the thumbnail to see the full picture. The stills have been slightly compressed for faster loading, with possible minor loss of definition in some cases.

[above] Achensee Antics. Also on DVD in Austria Triple.
[below] Two Valleys in Austria. Also on DVD in Austria Triple


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