Markus Inderst

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Markus Inderst (* 1974 in Ehenbichl ) has his main residence in Biberwier and is an Austrian journalist , author and photographer with a focus on railways .


Inderst studied economics at the Leopold-Franzens-University Innsbruck with topics of European transport policy . After working as a financial administrator in the market town of Reutte from 2004 to 2008 , he then moved for a year as an auditor to the Austrian Court of Auditors in Vienna and in 2010 for a few months to internal auditing at Raiffeisenbank Oberland West. Since then he has been working as a freelance journalist .

Indersts posts on Railroad journals were published in Austrian and German, including Railway Journal , railway courier , Railway magazine , Lok magazine , model railroading magazine , the model railroaders , rail traffic currently , Railway Austria , railroad history , or the Swiss railway Revue . His contributions to Bahn Manager cover a sub-area of ​​business journalism.

Inderst wrote several railway books, most of which he provided with his own photos.

Works (selection)

Works with his model railway lists from the model railway database (

  • Otto Leiß, Werner Prokop: The ÖBB series 4061 - 1046 - 1146. Verlag Railway-Media-Group, 2016, ISBN 978-3-902894-34-2 .
  • Nicholas Für Schuss, Werner Prokop: Blood orange in the end: The ÖBB series 1042 - 1142 - 1044 - 1144. Verlag Railway-Media-Group, 2017, ISBN 978-3-902894-36-6 .
  • Werner Prokop: 30 years of ÖBB series 5047 - "Rescuers of the branch lines" - a portrait of a family of railcars. Publishing house Railway-Media-Group, 2017, ISBN 978-3-902894-56-4 .

Monographs / Articles (selection)

  • since 2016 various articles in Bahn Manager, the business magazine for the rail sector. ISSN  2367-1998 .
  • since 2017 various contributions in the model railway world. ISSN  1013-4409 .

Individual evidence

  1. Contact on
  2. Imprint on
  3. Markus Inderst  ( page no longer available , search in web archives ) on 2Template: Dead Link /
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