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The Achensee Railway - Jenbach

Since 1889, the nostalgic Achenseebahn with four steam locomotives has been running from Jenbach railway station to the Seespitz at the Achensee, the region around Tyrol's largest lake. The four steam locomotives are considered the oldest rack railway locomotives in Austria. A steam locomotive consists of an open summer carriage and a closed carriage.

Route from Jenbach to Seespitz on Achensee lake
The route from Jenbach to Lake Achensee is about seven kilometres long. It starts in Jenbach, the only station in Austria with three different track levels. From there, the steam train is pushed uphill to Eben at the Achensee. In Eben the flat stretch to Seespitz begins. At the terminus there is the option of boarding one of the boats on Lake Achensee.

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