When at the beginning of the 20th century no open spaces were available within Berlin, the cemeteries were relocated to the edge of the city. So that cemetery visitors could easily travel to the cemetery Stahnsdorf, this railway line was opened. Today you can only look at the remains.
December 13, 2017
The railway line Berlin-Wannsee-Stahnsdorf, also Friedhofsbahn, was a side rail electrified branch line in Berlin and Brandenburg, which served the Berlin S-Bahn traffic. It led from Wannsee to the station Stahnsdorf and served above all for the connection of the there southwest cemetery.
October 16, 2019
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