The association was established in 1995. Its ambitious goal as laid down in the Statutes is the partial reconstruction of a narrow gauge railway running in Saxon Switzerland until 1951. By now, Lohsdorf station and its track installations have been reconstructed. Utilising still serviceable parts of the former waiting hall in Unterehrenberg, the entrance building of Lohsdorf station could be largely restored to its original state. The station festivals of 2006, 2008 and 2011 with guest locomotives enjoyed great success. Participants were happy that the narrow gauge railway would (partially) return to the Elbe Sandstone Mountains. The next stages will be to construct gradually the section running in the direction of Kohlmühle through the Schwarzbachtal valley.
Saxon IV KThe most built locomotive class of the Saxon narrow gauge railways is the Saxon IV K.
99 585 Construction year 1912, Sächsische Maschinenfabrik AG Chemnitz
V10C 199 310 Construction year 1964, ex Stahlwerk Unterwellenborn
DRG K2009 Zugführerwagen, Construction year 1899, operational refurbished
DRG K1616 Passenger coaches, Construction year 1890, operational refurbished
DRG K3028 (GGw 97-12-32) Freight wagons, Construction year 1918, currently operational refurbished