Eddie, especially for you I have that one:
Thank you Vecchio, as you might guess I have visited that preserved engine a couple of times!
During that visit (2000) there was a collection of other transport items at Payerbach. They included the electric overhead loco, a cable car and this Post Bus.
An escapee from the "Lines In The Landscape" topic of Special Interests/Photgraphy?
...which was 1044 016-2 crossing the Semmering on a freight.
Meanwhile, a passenger train headed by 1142 688-9 about to set off in the opposite over the pass.
At Semmering itself there is a railcar 5144.01 preserved...
...next to a memorial to Carl Ritter von Ghega, the engineer responsible for the design of the Semmering Railway.
The Semmering was a remarkable feat of engineering, generally regarded as the World's first mountain railway and gave rise to the earliest forms of locomotive articulation.
[Sorry to have hijacked your thread!]