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The Aar Valley Railway (Aartalbahn) is a 53.7 km long line between Wiesbaden, the capital of the German state of Hesse, and Diez in Rhineland-Palatinate.
Aitrang is a municipality in the district of Ostallgäu in Bavaria in Germany.
The Alme Valley Railway (Almetalbahn) was an approximately 60 km long, mostly single-track branch line from Paderborn via Buren to Brilon in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia.
Altenkirchen (Westerw) station is the station of the district town of Altenkirchen in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate.
The Amberg–Lauterhofen railway, also known in the local dialect as the Lauterhöfer Bockl or Lauterhof Goat, was a 28 kilometre long branch line in the state of Bavaria in southern Germany and primarily linked Amberg with two communities which at that time came under the district council of Neumarkt.
The Ammer Valley Railway (Ammertalbahn) runs through the German state of Baden-Württemberg, connecting the university town of Tübingen with Herrenberg in the Böblingen district.
ŽS series 812 (former JŽ series 812) was a diesel motor railbus operated by Serbian Railways.
The Bahnbetriebswerk Passau (abbr: Bw Passau) is the locomotive shed that belongs to Passau's main station, the Hauptbahnhof.
The Bavarian Forest Railway (Bayerische Waldbahn often just called the Waldbahn) links the heart of the Bavarian Forest around Regen and Zwiesel to Plattling and the Danube valley on one side, and the Czech Republic through Bayerisch Eisenstein on the other.
The Bavarian Localbahn Society (Bayerischer Localbahnverein e.V. or BLV), with its headquarters in Tegernsee, is a society that is concerned with the history of the railways in Bavaria.
The Bavarian Railway Museum (Bayerische Eisenbahnmuseum or BEM) is a railway museum based in the old locomotive sheds at Nördlingen station in Bavaria, Germany.
The Betzdorf–Haiger railway, also known in German as the Hellertalbahn (Heller Valley Railway), is a 36 kilometre long, single-track main line from Betzdorf to Haiger.
The Biebermühl Railway (Biebermühlbahn)—sometimes called the Moosalbbahn (Moosalb Railway)—is a 35.9 km long railway line from Kaiserslautern to Pirmasens in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate, which was built between 1875 and 1913.
The Black Forest Railway (German: Schwarzwaldbahn)—also known as the Württembergische Schwarzwaldbahn ("Württemberg Black Forest Railway") to distinguish it from the railway of the same name in Baden—is a railway line in southern Germany from Stuttgart to Calw, passing through the foothills of the Black Forest, that was opened in stages between 1868 and 1872.
The Eisenbahnmuseum Bochum-Dahlhausen is a railway museum situated south of the city of Bochum in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.
The Brügge–Lüdenscheid railway is a single-track, non-electrified branch line in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia.
The Brunswick–Uelzen railway line is a largely, single-tracked, non-electrified branch line in the north German state of Lower Saxony.
Carl's Railway (Carlsbahn) is a disused railway line along the Diemel river between Hümme and Bad Karlshafen, which was opened on 30 March 1848 and finally closed on 27 September 1986.
| The Chiemgau Railway (German: Chiemgaubahn) is a single-tracked, 9.6 kilometre long railway line between Prien am Chiemsee and Aschau im Chiemgau in the state of Bavaria in southern Germany.
The Cuckoo Railway (Kuckucksbähnel, literally "Little Cuckoo Railway"), in its early days the Elmstein Valley Railway (Elmsteiner Talbahn), is a 12.97 kilometre long branch line in the central Palatine Forest, which runs through the region of Neustadt/Kaiserslautern from Lambrecht to Elmstein.
The Dahlerau train disaster was a railway accident that occurred on May 27, 1971 in Dahlerau, a small town in Radevormwald, West Germany, in which a freight train and a passenger train collided head-on.
The Danube Valley Railway (German: Donautalbahn or Donaubahn) in Baden-Württemberg in south-western Germany is a 133.8-kilometre-long railway running from the city of Ulm to Immendingen, which is largely single-tracked and for the most part not electrified.
The Duewag AG was one of Germany's major manufacturers for rail vehicles.
The Düren–Neuss railway is a line in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia.
The DB Class 628 is a twin-car, diesel multiple unit operated by the Deutsche Bahn AG for local passenger rail services.
The Class 724 operated by the German national railway, Deutsche Bundesbahn, was a railway department vehicle used for testing Indusi installations.
The Elmshorn–Bad Oldesloe railway (also called the Elmshorn–Barmstedt–Oldesloe railway, abbreviated, EBOE or EBO) is a regional railway line that has existed since 1896 in the south of the German state of Schleswig-Holstein.
The Elsenz Valley Railway (Elsenztalbahn) or Neckargemünd–Bad Friedrichshall railway is an electrified, partly double-tracked main line in the German state of Baden-Württemberg, running from Heidelberg via Sinsheim to Bad Friedrichshall, that, for part of its course, follows the Elsenz river that gives it its name.
The Engers–Au railway is a single-track, non-electrified railway line and consists of three sections, which are treated separately here.
The Enz Valley Railway (Enztalbahn or Enzbahn) is a long railway line in the northern part of the Black Forest in the German state of Baden-Württemberg.
The Eutin–Neustadt railway was a 16-kilometer-long, non-electrified branch line,running from Eutin to Neustadt in Holstein in the German state of Schleswig-Holstein.
The Friedrichsdorf–Friedberg railway is a single-track, non-electrified branch line in the German state of Hesse.
The German Steam Locomotive Museum (Deutsches Dampflokomotiv-Museum) or DDM is located at the foot of the famous Schiefe Ebene ramp on the Ludwig South-North Railway in Neuenmarkt, Upper Franconia.
Glan-Münchweiler station (officially called Glanmünchweiler until 1900 and also from 1943 to 1947) is the station of the town of Glan-Münchweiler in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate.
The Grafing–Wasserburg railway is a 29.1 km long, wholly single-track branch line in Upper Bavaria.
The Haßfurt–Hofheim railway was a single-tracked branch line in the Bavarian province of Lower Franconia in southern Germany.
The Hagenow Land–Bad Oldesloe railway (also known in German as the Kaiserbahn or Kaiserstrecke—"Emperor Railway") was a railway line in the states of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern and Schleswig-Holstein.
The Hamburg-Altona–Neumünster railway is the original line of the AKN Eisenbahn (railway) in the German states of Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein.
7221 series was a diesel motor railbus on Croatian Railways (hrvatske željeznice, HŽ).
The Heath Railway (German: Heidebahn) is a regional railway line in North Germany that crosses the Lüneburg Heath from which it derives its name.
The Heimbach (Nahe)–Baumholder Railway was opened in 1912.
The Lindern–Heinsberg (Rheinl) railway, also called the Heinsberger Bahn (Heinsberg Railway) or Wurmtalbahn (Wurm Valley Railway) is a single-track branch line from Lindern on the Aachen–Mönchengladbach railway to Heinsberg in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia.
The Historic Railway, Frankfurt (Historische Eisenbahn Frankfurt) or HEF is a German museum railway in Frankfurt am Main.
Hof Hauptbahnhof (German for Hof main station; sometimes translated as "Hof Central Station" or described as "Hof central station" in English) is the main railway station in Hof in southern Germany and is situated at the intersection of the Saxon-Franconian trunk line (Magistrale) and the Munich–Regensburg–Leipzig–Berlin line.
The Hunsrück Railway (Hunsrückbahn) is a partially disused railway branch line in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate, which branches from the West Rhine Railway in Boppard and used to run as far as Simmern.
The Hunsrückquerbahn (English: Trans-Hunsrück Railway) is a deactivated railway located in the Hunsrück region of Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany.
The Husum-Bad Sankt Peter-Ording railway (also known as the Eiderstedt line) is a 44 km-long, single-track non-electrified branch line in the German state of Schleswig-Holstein.
The Itz Valley Railway (Itzgrundbahn) was a former, 8 kilometre long branch line in Bavaria, Germany, running from Creidlitz, in the borough of Coburg, to Rossach in the municipality of Großheirath). The single-tracked line has a railway gauge of and was not electrified.
The Kempen–Venlo railway was a former railway line from Kempen in the Lower Rhine region of the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia to Venlo in the Netherlands.
The Kronach–Nordhalben railway also known as the Rodach Valley Railway (Rodachtalbahn) in the Franconian Forest in Germany is a single-tracked branch line from Kronach via Steinwiesen to Nordhalben with a total length (originally) of.
The Lahn Valley Railway (German: Lahntalbahn) is a railway line between Niederlahnstein in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate to Wetzlar in Hesse.
The Landau–Arnstorf railway was a branch line from Landau an der Isar to Arnstorf in the province of Lower Bavaria in southern Germany.
The Landshut–Rottenburg railway was a German branch line in the southern state of Bavaria.
The Landstuhl–Kusel railway is a branch line in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate, connecting the town of Kusel to the railway network.
The Lübeck-Travemünde Strand railway line is a mostly single-track, electrified railway in the German state of Schleswig-Holstein.
The Limburg–Altenkirchen railway is a 65.1 km long branch line from Limburg via Westerburg to Altenkirchen and connecting via the Engers–Au railway to Au through the Westerwald.
This article lists the locomotives and railcars/multiple units of the Deutsche Bundesbahn (DB), the German Federal Railways, that were in service between 1949 and 1993.
This List of German rail accidents contains those train wrecks which happened in Germany, including.
This list provides an overview of the locomotives and railcars of the Portuguese railways, that is, the traction stock of earlier private railways, the state-owned Comboios de Portugal (CP) and its predecessor, the municipal Metropolitano Ligeiro de Mirandela and the two private transport companies Fertagus and Takargo Rail.
Euregiobahn in Eschweiler-Nothberg The Mönchengladbach–Stolberg railway was opened by the Bergisch-Märkische Railway Company (Bergisch-Märkische Eisenbahn-Gesellschaft, BME) and built in sections between 1870 and 1875.
The Mühldorf–Pilsting railway runs mainly through the province of Lower Bavaria in Germany, but part of the line crosses into Upper Bavaria as well.
The Meckesheim–Neckarelz railway is a branch line in northern Baden between Meckesheim and Aglasterhausen that used to run to Neckarelz.
METRANS Rail s.r.o. (VKM: MTR) is a Czech railway operator.
The Nahe Valley Railway (Nahetalbahn) is a two-track, partially electrified main line railway in the German states of Rhineland-Palatinate and Saarland, which runs for almost 100 kilometres along the Nahe.
The Oder Valley Railway (Odertalbahn) was a railway line from Scharzfeld via Bad Lauterberg to St. Andreasberg-Silberhütte.
The Osnabrück–Brackwede railway, also the called the Haller Willem, is a single-track branch line running through the Teutoburg Forest (Teutoburger Wald) from Osnabrück via Dissen-Bad Rothenfelde and Halle (Westf) to Brackwede in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia.
The Passau–Freyung railway, also known as the Ilz Valley Railway or Ilztalbahn, is a branch line in Bavaria, Germany.
The Passau–Erlau–Hauzenberg railway is a single-tracked branch line in the Regensburg railway division with a branch to Erlau–Obernzell(–Wegscheid), which was partially operated as rack railway using the Strub rack system.
The Passau–Neumarkt-Sankt Veit railway or Rott Valley Railway (Rottalbahn) is a single-tracked, unelectrified branch line in southeastern Bavaria in Germany.
The Passauer Eisenbahnfreunde (Passau Railway Society) or PEF is a German railway society with the aim of preserving historic railway vehicles in working order in order to operate them.
The Pünderich-Traben-Trarbach line is a branch line in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate in the valley of the Moselle, which connects the winegrowing town of Traben-Trarbach to Bullay (DB) station to the Koblenz–Trier railway (Moselstrecke, literally "Moselle stretch").
Pirmasens Hauptbahnhof is a terminal station in the town of Pirmasens, in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate, about one kilometre from the city centre.
Rail transport in Lebanon began in the 1890s as French projects under the Ottoman Empire but largely ceased in the 1970s owing to the country's civil war.
A railbus is a lightweight passenger rail vehicle that shares many aspects of its construction with a bus, typically having a bus (original or modified) body and four wheels on a fixed base, instead of on bogies.
A railcar, in British English and Australian English, is a self-propelled railway vehicle designed to transport passengers.
The RegioSprinter is a German diesel railcar built by Siemens-Duewag for rapid regional railway services.
The SBB-CFF-FFS RAm TEE I and NS DE4 were a class of five 4-car diesel-electric trainsets ordered for Trans Europe Express (TEE) service.
The Schiltach-Schramberg railway was a railway in Germany.
The Siegburg–Olpe railway or Agger Valley Railway (Bahnstrecke Siegburg–Olpe or Aggertalbahn) is a single-tracked, non-electrified branch line in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia.
The Simbach am Inn–Pocking railway was a single-tracked branch line between Simbach am Inn and Pocking in the province of Lower Bavaria in southern Germany.
The Steinsfurt–Eppingen railway, which opened in 1900, is a 12.9 km long, single-track and electrified branch line along the Elsenz river in the Kraichgau region of the German state of Baden-Württemberg, between the Sinsheim district of Steinsfurt and Eppingen, connecting the Elsenz Valley Railway and the Kraichgau Railway.
The Stuttgart-Rohr–Filderstadt line is an electrified, and mostly double-track line main railway in the German state of Baden-Württemberg.
The Tübingen Hbf–Sigmaringen railway (also known in German as the Zollernalbbahn—Zollernalb Railway) is a main line railway in the German State of Baden-Württemberg.
The Thionville–Trier railway (also called in German the Obermoselstrecke, Upper Moselle line) connects Thionville in the French region of Grand Est with Trier in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate.
The Tutting–Kößlarn railway was a branch line from Tutting, in the municipality of Kirchham, to Kößlarn in the province of Lower Bavaria in southern Germany.
The Uelzen–Langwedel railway runs through the Lüneburg Heath in north Germany in an east-west direction.
Uerdingen is a district of the city of Krefeld, Germany, with a population of 18,507.
Ulm Hauptbahnhof is the main station in the city of Ulm, which lies on the Danube, on the border of the German states of Baden-Württemberg and Bavaria in the Danube-Iller region (Region Donau-Iller).
The Upper Ruhr Valley Railway (Obere Ruhrtalbahn) is a 138-kilometre-long, non-electrified line from Schwerte (Ruhr) station) through the Hochsauerland (high Sauerland) to Warburg in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia. It is the most southerly of the east-west lines that run from the Ruhr to eastern Germany and it connects the rural Hochsauerlandkreis with the Ruhr. The line is included in the German railway timetable as line 435, which continues on the line from Schwerte to Hagen, which is part of the Hagen–Hamm railway. The Upper Ruhr Valley Railway is named after the Ruhr valley, which it follows between Olsberg and Schwerte. Long-distance services ran on this route until the 1980s but it is now only served by Regional-Express services on the Hagen–Schwerte–Warburg–Kassel) and Dortmund–Fröndenberg–Bestwig (–Winterberg/Willingen) every hour and there are also some extra services in the peak hours and special services.
Vernawahlshausen is a railway station located just outside Vernawahlshausen, Germany.
The Vogelsberg Railway (Vogelsbergbahn) is a single-track main line from Gießen via Alsfeld to Fulda in the German state of Hesse.
The five British Railways Waggon und Maschinenbau railbuses were delivered in April 1958.
The Waldkirchen–Haidmühle railway was a branch line in Bavaria, in southern Germany.
Weil der Stadt station is a station located at the terminus of the Black Forest Railway in the town of Weil der Stadt in the German state of Baden-Württemberg. The section to Calw is disused. The station is the terminus of line S 6 of the S-Bahn. It is classified by Deutsche Bahn as a category 4 station.
The Winden–Karlsruhe railway is a mainline railway in the German states of Baden-Württemberg and Rhineland-Palatinate, which in its present form has existed since 1938 and is electrified between Wörth and Karlsruhe.
Wolfratshausen station is a station of the Munich S-Bahn.
The Wuppertal-Oberbarmen–Opladen railway was a line built by the Bergisch-Märkische Railway Company in the Bergisches Land of the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia, running from Wuppertal via Remscheid-Lennep, Bergisch Born and Wermelskirchen to Opladen.
The Eisenbahnfreunde Zollernbahn (EFZ) (Zollernbahn Railway Society) is a German railway society dedicated to the preservation of historic railway vehicles, especially steam locomotives, where possible in working order.
The Zuid-Limburgse Stoomtrein Maatschappij (South Limburg Steam Train Company) or ZLSM is a heritage railway operating in the south of the Netherlands.
The Zwiesel–Bodenmais railway was the last railway line to be built in Lower Bavaria, a province of the state of Bavaria in southeast Germany.
The building of the Zwiesel–Grafenau railway, today route number 906 in the timetable, was begun in 1884 by the Royal Bavarian State Railways and taken into service on 1 September 1890.