Three Kings Steam - Dreikonigsdampf

January 13, 2017  •  Leave a Comment

 

 

MAN VT5/8/9 Vs14MAN VT5/8/9 Vs14The MAN railbus developed in Augsburg Germany in 1950-60s. Photography by James C. McDaniel III. You are welcome to share the link to James C. McDaniel IIIs images, but use of all or any part of James C. McDaniel IIIs images is not authorized without express permission from James C. McDaniel III.

 

Last weekend we drove to Munsingen Germany to view 3 historic steam trains at a traditional event called Eisenbahnfreunde (Three Friends) Zollernbahn for Dreikönigstag (Three Kings Steam). Historic steam trains ventured on a route over the Swabian Alb from Münsingen to Schelklingen. 

Three Trains:
- Steam locomotive 58 311 was built in 1921 by the Maschinenbaugesellschaft Karlsruhe under the factory number 2153. 

- Steam Locomotive 20 was delivered by the mechanical engineering company Karlsruhe in 1928 to the Badische local railroad in Karlsruhe. There were only two copies of this model.

- The small T3 930 steam locomotive was built in 1905 by the Maschinenbaugesellschaft Heilbronn for the state railroad.

Here are a few photos of the event:

Munsingen Train Station

T3 930 steam locomotiveT3 930 steam locomotiveThe small T3 930 steam locomotive was built in 1905 by the Maschinenbaugesellschaft Heilbronn for the state railroad. Photography by James C. McDaniel III. You are welcome to share the link to James C. McDaniel IIIs images, but use of all or any part of James C. McDaniel IIIs images is not authorized without express permission from James C. McDaniel III. T3 930 steam locomotiveT3 930 steam locomotiveThe small T3 930 steam locomotive was built in 1905 by the Maschinenbaugesellschaft Heilbronn for the state railroad. Photography by James C. McDaniel III. You are welcome to share the link to James C. McDaniel IIIs images, but use of all or any part of James C. McDaniel IIIs images is not authorized without express permission from James C. McDaniel III.
Steam locomotive 58 311Steam locomotive 58 311Steam locomotive 58 311 was built in 1921 by the Maschinenbaugesellschaft Karlsruhe under the factory number 2153. Photography by James C. McDaniel III. You are welcome to share the link to James C. McDaniel IIIs images, but use of all or any part of James C. McDaniel IIIs images is not authorized without express permission from James C. McDaniel III. Steam Locomotive 20Steam Locomotive 20Steam Locomotive 20 was delivered by the mechanical engineering company Karlsruhe in 1928 to the Badische local railroad in Karlsruhe. There were only two copies of this model.Photography by James C. McDaniel III. You are welcome to share the link to James C. McDaniel IIIs images, but use of all or any part of James C. McDaniel IIIs images is not authorized without express permission from James C. McDaniel III.
   

In Route

T3 930 steam locomotiveT3 930 steam locomotiveThe small T3 930 steam locomotive was built in 1905 by the Maschinenbaugesellschaft Heilbronn for the state railroad. Photography by James C. McDaniel III. You are welcome to share the link to James C. McDaniel IIIs images, but use of all or any part of James C. McDaniel IIIs images is not authorized without express permission from James C. McDaniel III.
T3 930 steam locomotive with Locomotives 20 and 58-311T3 930 steam locomotive with Locomotives 20 and 58-311T3 930 steam locomotive with Locomotives 20 and 58-311. Photography by James C. McDaniel III. You are welcome to share the link to James C. McDaniel IIIs images, but use of all or any part of James C. McDaniel IIIs images is not authorized without express permission from James C. McDaniel III.

 

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