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Bild-Kommentare von Gilbert Angermann

I did take the photo of this narrow gauge steam locomotive in the year 1998. The picture shows the "Whistling Billy", an 8 tons Porter Locomotive (0-4-0ST) once belonging to the Merced Gold Mining Co. in Coulterville / California and came to that place in 1897. (slide scanned) (For picture)

Gilbert Angermann 12.1.2011 20:11
Hi Volker!

This locomotive should be No 1 (0-4-0ST) 24" from Merced Gold Co at Wells Fargo Office in Coulterville, CA.
You cold compare Your picture with this one:
If You want to see the position in the google-map use this side:

Bye Gilbert

Line 21 towards Handschuhsheim with OEG 107 (GT8 DUEWAG) on 13.07.2009 in front of Heidelberg main station. (For picture)

Daniel Wottringer 7.2.2010 18:00
hi gilbert,

the name of this tramline is not "S21" - the right name is only "21"


Stefan Wohlfahrt 7.2.2010 19:29
Hi Daniel,
I hope that we can see in the future pictures from you here.

Daniel Wottringer 8.2.2010 21:44
Hi Stefan,

as you can see i uploaded my first pictures here :)


Gilbert Angermann 7.3.2010 15:04
Hi Daniel!

Thank You for Your hint. I changed it. Gilbert

CP SD40-2 5745 on 3.10.2009 at Windsor. (For picture)

Date Jan de Vries 8.10.2009 16:29
A nice contrast between the locomotive (in the sunlight) and the dark sky. Beautiful picture, Gilbert!
Date Jan

Gilbert Angermann 9.10.2009 17:57
Thank You Date Jan!
The weather was not amused this weekend. This was the last half hour for sun at this sunday. Before and after that there was always thunderstorms.

Bye Gilbert

Giant locomotive 1230/1244/1229 in Narvik (Norway) 21-04-1993. (For picture)

Gilbert Angermann 8.10.2009 4:01
Hi Hans!

If You are interested for Your missing number, You can look at this site. It´s all about swedish railway.


Bye Gilbert

Hans van der Sluis 8.10.2009 10:53
Thank you for the link Gilbert!

I also found on the site the name of this locomotive, but I'm not sure if the locomotives had allready names at the time that I took this photo.

Thank you again.



Gilbert Angermann 8.10.2009 12:51
Hi Hans!

At this picture is very difficult to say, if this engines has a name, because the name comes after changing from SJ to LKAB. Here You have the older SJ version. The engine changes during the 90´s. Then they get the blue-grey coloure and the name. So I thing brown is without a name.



A train of OSB (Ortenau S-Bahn) 510 in Offenburg Central Railway Station. (For picture)

Gilbert Angermann 5.10.2009 20:48
Hello Manuel!

This nice train is VT 511 "Kappelrodeck". The other should be VT 510 "Oberkirch", because these units (VT509-VT513) also allowed on SNCF lines.

By Gilbert

Manuel Höly 5.10.2009 21:41
Hello Gilbert

  Thanks for the hint.
  I did not know they railcars are also permitted in France.

  Mfg. Manuel

Radeburg von Oben 11.09.2009 Seifhennersdorf Michael Kretschmer Spur N (For picture)

Gilbert Angermann 15.9.2009 13:13
Hallo Maik!

Wäre es möglich, wenn Du die Bildbeschreibung in Englisch machen könntest?
Falls Du damit Probleme hast, kannst Du ja auch die Seite "Bahnbilder.de" benutzen.
Ausserdem solltest Du eine Kategorie mit Modellbahn einrichten und ein paar Bilder umsortieren.
Die Bilder werden auch bei einer vorhanden Kategorie nicht viel schneller freigeschaltet.



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