Tagged: Trains

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Trains during the cold war.

During the (1st) Cold War, Berlin was divided into 4 parts. British, American, French and Russian. Between the Russian zone and the other zones was the border (the Berlin wall), but also around the...

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Technology Museum Sinsheim and Speyer

Well… they are officially called a museum, but to be honest… you should see it more as a huge collection of everything that has anything to do with technology (and sometimes not)….

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We are moving… to… Poland.

OK dan… het grote nieuws kan nu echt wereldkundig worden gemaakt… we gaan verhuizen! …. Naar Polen.  Wat? Hoe dan, waarom dan, huh?  Welnu… we zijn aan deze kant eens gaan denken.. stel… dat...

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Trains in Amersfoort

If you are at the old railway workshop in Amersfoort… and a gentleman in a fluoridated vest gives you permission to go and watch trains up to a certain point… then you grab your chance….

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Technikmuseum Magdeburg

In Magdeburg there is still a very old and beautiful Technology Museum with primarily old DDR stuff. It is located in an old foundry where armored steel was once cast for tanks and the like.

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Track 17 Berlin Grunewald

From October 18, 1941 until February 1945, this freight station was one of the most important deportations locations of the Jews from Berlin. A total of 35 trains carrying 17,000 Jews left from platform 17 (German: Gleis 17) directly to Auschwitz. By the end of the war, more than 50,000 Jews had been deported through this station.

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