We chose to catch the old diesel train to Kalerborn and walk back to Linz via the Brewery at Kasbach. The train departs from Linz station Platform 3, but it was hard work to find that out and where to buy tickets ( actually on...More
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Travelled on a day with 30 degree temperature. Old diesel train slogged up a hill for some 45 minutes. You get to the top expecting a stunning vista of the Rhein. Sadly, all you see is a housing estate and an untidy industrial estate. As...More
In the area as part of a tour of Christmas Markets; came on to this railway at Linz and it was a great ride where en route there was a small Christmas market at the Brewery site. The train was late which stopped us from...More
the railbus actually runs from Linz station, branching off shortly after leaving station to climb steeply through the trees to Kalenborn where there is little to see . Returned on same train.( but option to take footpath if you fancy a walk) stopped at The...More
Travelling by the little train from Linz to Kasbachtal is a wonderful experience. The views going up aren't that exciting but if you want to enjoy a fabulous walk back down it is one of the loveliest scenery and easy walking that you will experience...More
Nothing special this trip 5 km up-and-downhill, watching nothing but trees. BUT you can hop off that old diesel train at the Brauhaus Steffens for a cool, unfiltered beer and some typical Brauhaus-food which seems to improve.
The journey on the little train through the woods was wonderful. We chose to walk back down to enjoy the beautiful scenery. he Old Brewery is also worth a visit.
We recently took a ride on the Kasbachtalbahn which is a heritage railway from Linz to Kalenborn that goes about 5 miles up a very steep hill. The 1950's diesel carriage was comfortable enough but rather dull. The journey is pleasant but unexciting, as another...More
There was a nice view of trees on the way up. And...oh yes, there was a nice view of trees on the way down. The top of the railway is a non-descript village with nothing to see. The train arrives, you have five minutes (unless...More