© KennyW ~ Oh I don't know ~ get out there with a chopper and a chainsaw :)))) It is a shame for it to end up like this, but it makes a good picture :~) All the best ~ nick
It lost its way I think
Diggory Venn, ~ LOL ~ you are quite right :~)
That's a sweet old find, neat photo!
GasGasLex, ~ It would have been nice to be able to have taken it home with me Lex :~)))
beautiful old locomotive.Like5.greetings Bogdan.
Bogdan Erkert LM Hello Bogdan ~ I'm glad you like this old locomotive ~ Best wishes ~ nick
Cute narrow gauge. Poor thing's first 3 letters were prophetic, aye :'(
Preserved in your capture, Nick. Great post! 6thℒ
stacy metcalf ~ LOL Die it is and goodbye Ma ~~~ I'd have liked to be able to have driven this engine out of its wooden graveyard Stacy and thanks for your like :~)
It looks like it stopped one day and was just abandoned. Great find Nick.
Stuart Smith Thanks Stuart I guess that all locomotives stop one day never to move again, but who knows maybe someone will rescue this one some day.
Would make a fantastic conversation piece (coffee table?).
...wonder what the rings at the corners were for... propane tanks? What is it backed up against, Nick?
Bestist wishez. stacy
It does look as though there are carriages hitched behind Stacy.
stacy metcalf It would be a rather large coffee table Stacy Being a diesel engine I don't see why it would need for propane tanks
Stuart Smith you are right, but they were little good wagons carrying wood
All the best to both of you ~~~ nick
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Photo taken in Kreuth, Germany
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