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Germany / Museumsbahn Schoenheide (Oct. 2006)

When I visited this railway in 2006, it was a special day commemorating 125 years of narrow gauge steam in Saxony and trains headed by Saxon-Meyer locos were frequently operated.
A train with No.99 561 + 99 516 is approaching to Neuheide station.

No.132 has just left Neuheide and was heading toward Stuetzengruen. This loco has the number plate of the period of Saxon Railways and preserved in the Radeburg depot of Loessnitzgrundbahn.
On this day steam trains were operated every 30 minutes from 9:00 to 18:00. During the lunch time break, four Meyers lined up at the Schoenheide depot: No.99 516, 99 585, 99 561(Doellnitzbahn) and 132(Lessnitzgrundbahn, DR99 539)
No.132 is passing by a pasture with full of passengers.
At the end of this line: Stuetzengruen-Neulehn, there is no sidetrack then the train is operated by push-pull. No.99 516 heads this train leaving this station with No.99 561 at the back
The last train of the day is running along a pasture against the backgroud of sunset.