Upon arriving at Jenbach we transferred to the Achenseebahn Steam Cog Ry. Co. This line was built in 1889 and still uses the locomotives and equipment from that era. After our ride to Achensee, we got on a boat for a cruise around the largest natural lake in Austria. The lake cruise was nice; the boat was actually a passenger ferry making routine stops around the lake. Once we were done with the lake cruise we took the steam cog Ry. down the hill and took a regular OBB train back to Innsbruck. Once we arrived in Innsbruck we decided to ride the "STB" tram however we didn’t get far as the tram schedule was gone due to track work and a closed passing siding on a single track line. We got off our 20 minute plus late tram and got on one heading the other way before service closed for the night.
One of the Steam locomotives employed by the Zillertalbahn.
The menu for the Mamma Mia in Maybach.
One of the 1889 Steam Locomotives for the Achensee Steam Cog Ry with two cars of the same vintage.
a "STB" Tram laying over at the Hauptbahnhof.