Austria: The Bregenzerwald is am gauge heritage railway. The original line ran as a 35.3 km forest railway from Bregenz to Bezau. Following closure, a 5 km section was reopened in 1987 by the Bregenz Forest Railway Society from Bezau to Schwarzenberg. Locomotive No. U25, originally used on the line and now restored crosses the Sporenegg bridge on 2nd July 2019 with a Railway Touring Co. charter special.
Paul Braybrook       


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