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Friday, July 23, 2010

Trains and Waterworks

The town of Malte, near the city of Dippoldiswalde in the state of Saxony, Germany is a quaint little town. The town is served by roads (of course! This is Germany where the automobile is supreme), but also by a narrow guage railway, running from Dresden to Altenberg. The railway rails are 750mm.

The Weisseritz Valley railway, as it is known is drawn by steam locomotives, and run regularly.

Just a few hundred meters away, the beautiful Wasserwerks (waterworks) of the Malte Dam.

And just nearby, the quaint village of Paulsdof.

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