Due to the 100 years anniversery of the present railway station of the Dutch city of Haarlem, all kinds of festivities were going on today. Of course vintage trains were the main attraction.
The steamlocomotive BAUREIHE 65 was a German engine built in 1956 by the German company Krauss-Maffei. Nr018 was the last one of the series and now pulls museum trains in Holland.
One of the first electric locomotives in Holland was built in 1924 and was called "Blokkendoos" ("box of blocks") because of the square model. Various factories in The Netherlands built them up to 1932.
The 1200 series electric locomotives are of American design by Baldwin / Westinghouse but built in The Netherlands by "Werkspoor" in Utrecht. Operated between 1952 and 1998
Not vintage propliners this time but great trains.