The Weißeritztalbahn is today Germany's longest-serving narrow-gauge railway. It started operations in 1883. Since the Weißeritztal was too narrow for a standard-gauge railway, a railway line with a track width of 750 millimeters was used for the first time. The train still runs between Freital and Kipsdorf.
August 3, 2020
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