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This train uses a track that has to wind its way through tunnels and curves. The best time to ride it is when the steam loco is pulling a number of carriages as then the curves are evident from watching the coaches ahead or behind....More
It is not worth. There are many tunnels and sceneries between the journey is not nice to see. It is not thing much. However, there is other steam train that go to Titisee. It is the best one. You can see lake and mountain. It...More
We had a great time taking the steam engine, the railway construction was really an engineering marvel. One hand dug tunnel corkscrews 360 degrees down and out through the mountain. The ride was pleasant and we had packed our own drinks which was great. Having...More
We were taking the train with steam engine from Blumberg to Weizen and back.
We could watch the engine from inside and talk to the driver.
the train was well explained on a paper map 🗺
Good explanation over the loudspeaker 📢
There is a...More
We spent an interesting afternoon on this railway; there is a small museum showing how it was built and there are a number of artefacts from various old steam trains.
The signal box is unusual and gives good views of the terminus. The trip is...More
We enjoyed the trip on the "Pigtail Railway". It was "Time Travels" weekend, so costumed staff entertained the travelers (unfortunately, only in German). The train and small museum were very well maintained. Scenery was good, but not spectacular.
This is a beautiful ride through the valleys of the BW area, we took plenty of great photographs of the bridges and the surrounding area, highly recommended for everyone who loves a bit of a train ride the old-fashioned way, with the locomotive steaming ahead.
We were looking forward to this steam engine trip through the Black Forest but were glad that we had the chance to get off the train when it came back through Triberg a third of the way through the trip. The commentary was all in...More
The station staff were friendly and helpful speaking enough English to assist my poor German! I didn't like having an allocated seat but in reality the train was full so people spread out. The train was warm and clean inside but the outside and windows...More