Bike Touring Highlight
Beautifully restored station building. Klütz is next to Stellhagen and Reppenhagen a station of about 6 km long narrow gauge line of the "De Lütt Kaffebrenner". The excursion is carried out between April and October with a diesel locomotive. During the high season the trains even travel four times daily. For special occasions there are also steam locomotive trips.
Detailed information on the website of the operator association: stiftung-deutsche-kleinbahnen.de
October 4, 2017
De Lütt Kaffeebrenner is the name of the historic narrow-gauge railway that has been rolling through the beautiful landscape of the Klützer Winkel since June 20, 2014.The landmarked station building, the platform and the outdoor facilities as well as the engine shed have been renovated within the last few years. The old tracks were removed in 2006, a new ballast bed was installed and new sleepers and narrow gauge tracks with a gauge of 600 mm were laid to Reppenhagen. The historic segment turntable was also repaired. This device for turning a rail vehicle is a technical feature of the Klützer station, which is only available at a few German stations.Already at the beginning of the 20th century, there was a railway line in Klütz. It went from Klütz to Grevesmühlen and was officially opened in 1905. Until 1995 the "Klützer Kaffeebrenner" was wrong. So the train was popularly called affectionately with the steam locomotive, since in the beginning time he carried beside persons also grain, which was brought into the malting house to Grevesmühlen. At the beautiful landmarked terminus there was a lot of activity at the beginning of the 20th century. The bathers from and to Boltenhagen arrived there and continued with horse cabs in the Baltic Sea resort. After the German course had stopped the passenger traffic in 1995, the Klützer Baltic Railway GmbH took over the route operation. The train and station operation was finally discontinued in 2005.
August 27, 2019
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