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Entering St. Anton im Monafon Station.Austria.

Entering St. Anton im Monafon Station.Austria.

Castle hotel Bergschlössl is a veritable piece of old Austria, constructed in 1905/06 by the Imperial Railways as a customs and excise office in St Anton in Tyrol. http://www.schlosshotels.co.at/en/bergschloessl

Castle hotel Bergschlössl is a veritable piece of old Austria, constructed in 1905/06 by the Imperial Railways as a customs and excise office in St Anton in Tyrol. http://www.schlosshotels.co.at/en/bergschloessl

OBB former Deutsche Reichsbahn wartime Co-Co electric No 1020.38 (ex DRG E94 100) leaves the Arlberg Tunnel at St.Anton with an eastbound travel agents special. Since this photo was taken the tunnel at this end has been re-routed into a new station thus freeing up valuable land for development. The engraved stonework above the tunnel mouth with the emperor 'Franz Joseph' on it is now displayed beside the road entrance to the new station.

OBB former Deutsche Reichsbahn wartime Co-Co electric No 1020.38 (ex DRG E94 100) leaves the Arlberg Tunnel at St.Anton with an eastbound travel agents special. Since this photo was taken the tunnel at this end has been re-routed into a new station thus freeing up valuable land for development. The engraved stonework above the tunnel mouth with the emperor 'Franz Joseph' on it is now displayed beside the road entrance to the new station.

Looking at gorgeous Alps from the top of Wank mountain Garmisch-Partenkirchen Bavaria Germany  How to get there: regional train from Munich to Garmisch-Partenkirchen (1 h 20 min) using Bayern ticket. From railway station we walked to St.-Anton-Straße and started hiking there in the direction of Gamshütte (it is also possible to start from the street called Wankweg). You need to follow the signs and go to Wank  Follow us for more useful information and beautiful pictures! RUS in comment  All…

Looking at gorgeous Alps from the top of Wank mountain Garmisch-Partenkirchen Bavaria Germany How to get there: regional train from Munich to Garmisch-Partenkirchen (1 h 20 min) using Bayern ticket. From railway station we walked to St.-Anton-Straße and started hiking there in the direction of Gamshütte (it is also possible to start from the street called Wankweg). You need to follow the signs and go to Wank Follow us for more useful information and beautiful pictures! RUS in comment All…

Blizzard St Anton Railway Station Austria, by ataghit

Blizzard St Anton Railway Station Austria, by ataghit

Sunday hiking on mountain Wank Garmish-Partenkirchen Bavaria Germany This picture was made on our way downhill in a sunset light Adorable place Hiking is not very difficult we did it in sneakers and were ok. It took us 3 hours to get to the summit (with breaks of course) and 2 hours to get back to Garmisch-Partenkirchen. How to get there: regional train from Munich to Garmisch-Partenkirchen (1 h 20 min) using Bayern ticket. From railway station we walked to St.-Anton-Straße and started…

Sunday hiking on mountain Wank Garmish-Partenkirchen Bavaria Germany This picture was made on our way downhill in a sunset light Adorable place Hiking is not very difficult we did it in sneakers and were ok. It took us 3 hours to get to the summit (with breaks of course) and 2 hours to get back to Garmisch-Partenkirchen. How to get there: regional train from Munich to Garmisch-Partenkirchen (1 h 20 min) using Bayern ticket. From railway station we walked to St.-Anton-Straße and started…

Pavlovsk train station, Vauxhall Pavilion, by unknown artist in 1800’s. It  was used to draw customers to Russia’s 1st  railroad. After the death of Tsar Paul I Petrovich Romanov (1754-1801) Russia & his wife, the Pavlosk estate was given to their 10th child Grand Duke Michael Pavlovich Romanov (1798-1849). The railway, built by Franz Anton von Gerstner, was opened between St. Petersburg & Pavlovsk in 1837. The train station was used as a concert hall & celebrities like Johann Strauss…

Pavlovsk train station, Vauxhall Pavilion, by unknown artist in 1800’s. It was used to draw customers to Russia’s 1st railroad. After the death of Tsar Paul I Petrovich Romanov (1754-1801) Russia & his wife, the Pavlosk estate was given to their 10th child Grand Duke Michael Pavlovich Romanov (1798-1849). The railway, built by Franz Anton von Gerstner, was opened between St. Petersburg & Pavlovsk in 1837. The train station was used as a concert hall & celebrities like Johann Strauss…

Talk about a cliff hanger... It was for Russian fat cats, after the break up of the Soviet Union, it ended up in the hands of the Ukraine.. Pretty koo... 300+ days of Sun a year.. I wanna go!

Talk about a cliff hanger... It was for Russian fat cats, after the break up of the Soviet Union, it ended up in the hands of the Ukraine.. Pretty koo... 300+ days of Sun a year.. I wanna go!

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