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Our Sunday in Berlin was spent in pure tourism. We started with brunch at “Sweethearts”, the coffee and brunch restaurant that our Ruth part runs. It only opened a few months ago, but seems to be going well. It’s tucked … Continue reading
Today, more trains, and planes. There were a number of narrow gauge locomotives on display, including a couple of rack locomotives. Gauges varied from 600mm to 1435mm. And this South African Garrett, built by Krupp (hence its display here) was … Continue reading
So to the railway exhibits proper. A lot of them were packed into the roundhouses, and were difficult to photograph well. But I’ve included a selection of shots below. We start with one of the first locomotives to run in … Continue reading
At the end of June Maxine and I headed off for our annual visit to Berlin to see our eldest. For once, I got the travel arrangements right. Berlin was hit by torrential rain for much of the day, and the U-bahn was closed … Continue reading
The newspapers seem to be full of news of the possible discovery of a train load of Nazi gold. A death bed confession may have confirmed the rumour that a train of looted gold was hidden in an extensive tunnel system … Continue reading
The area around the Warschauer Str. terminus is of both railway and historic interest. Behind the station itself is this small maintenance shed, and a large carriage shed. I don’t think Lidl are now operating trains! Although I didn’t see any trains enter the … Continue reading