The International Steam Pages

Austria Steam Video Clips

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If you would like to contribute to this section of the international steam website please email  (this is not a link you have to retype the address) - we need approx 320 x 240 video clips (normally 'wmv' format, 1 to 3Mb file size.

Our own clips on these pages are taken from present and
future ISV DVDs. These are properly researched quality documentary films with a story to tell.
'National Geographic Stuff' said one purchaser.

We also offer industrial archaeology compilation DVDs from our travels to steam powered mills in Asia.

Austria, July 24 1977: On the Steyrtalbahn, narrow gauge tank engine 298 52 works the passenger train 3667 Garsten 11:07 - Gruenburg 12:02 through the village of Sarning. Parts of the Steyrtalbahn have survived as a preserved railway, but this section between Garsten and Steyr Lokalbahnhof is now closed. (Andeas Illert, 2nd May 2009)
In the last summer of steam operation at the famous Erzbergbahn, a 97.2 rack engine pilots its train of empty iron ore hoppers between Glasbremse and Praebichl summit, with another 97.2 banking, 27th July 1977 (Andreas Illert, 1st June 2008)
This is the Dampschiff Schönbrunn (built by DDSG, Budapest in 1912) meeting ÖBB 4-6-2T 77.28 (Built by Krauss, Linz in 1920) with a branch line train, on the Danube near Persenbeug in 2007. Both of these steam assets are operated by ÖGEG. (Christopher Cairns, 24th April 2008)

Rob and Yuehong Dickinson