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    I finally got a Saturday off while on a layover in Halle, and got a chance to visit this museum. Enjoy...
    T8 Prototype, also 89 class on DR


    03 class, this engine still runs on excursions







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    Last edited by RB211; 05-27-2017, 10:43 AM.

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    52 class, 6000 were made during WW2. Last used in 1970's. This one is last remaining to burn coal dust.




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              And just for historical purposes, Reinhard Heydrich's home that he grew up in, right next to the hotel we stay at.



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                Thanks for sharing. Looks like a wonderful place to visit.

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                  Yes, thanks for sharing! Thoroughly enjoyed the engine pictures.

                  Tim

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                    Although these are very fine examples of mankind's abilities to take on big challenges, I look at them and they are also to me a work of combined art. Really eye wateringly beautiful just like the Beethoven violin concerto
                    Am I the only one who sits back and listens to that with their eyes closed and feels my eyes welling up music as art also can be almost spiritual that way. Alistair
                    Please excuse my typing as I have a form of parkinsons disease

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                      Originally posted by Alistair Hosie View Post
                      Although these are very fine examples of mankind's abilities to take on big challenges, I look at them and they are also to me a work of combined art. Really eye wateringly beautiful just like the Beethoven violin concerto
                      Am I the only one who sits back and listens to that with their eyes closed and feels my eyes welling up music as art also can be almost spiritual that way. Alistair
                      American locomotives tend to resemble function over form, bolting appliances, and running pipe where it is convenient, the British tend to be form over function, made steam locomotives incredibly beautiful, and mx a bit of a nightmare with all the running gear inside the frame, and the Germans tend to be highly engineered, functional, and good looking. Yes, all steam locomotives are works of art in my opinion, especially when fired up!

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