German Railways in the East

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Re: German Railways in the East

Post by PZ38t » 29 Dec 2018 22:37

great railroad info - thanks

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Re: Ooops...Wrong turn!

Post by GregSingh » 26 May 2019 02:18

First unit of BR50 is out of the factory....into the streets!

BR 50.jpg
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Re: German Railways in the East

Post by Der Alte Fritz » 26 May 2019 07:06

Any idea which town?

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Re: German Railways in the East

Post by GregSingh » 26 May 2019 08:44

First 12 were built in 1939 by Henschel & Sohn in Kassel.

Photo was most likely taken in the area marked with the black circle on the map.
Lederhandlung shop had an address Wolfhagener (or Wolfhager) Str.2

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Re: German Railways in the East

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Re: German Railways in the East

Post by Dann Falk » 21 Jul 2019 16:32

Looks good. Thanks for the link.

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