German Railway

German Railway history began with the opening of the steam-hauled Bavarian Ludwig Railway between Nuremberg and Fürth on 7 December 1835. This had been preceded by the opening of the horse-hauled Prince William Railway on 20 September 1831. The first long distance railway was the Leipzig-Dresden railway, completed on 7 April 1839. Our great selection of films show some excellent footage of Cologne, Remagen, trains along the Rhine and steam in the Harz mountains to name but a few. Start collecting Daves Railway Films Today!

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