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  1. The first Prussian railways were private concerns, beginning with the Berlin-Potsdam Railway in 1838 and which was therefore known as the " Stammbahn " (roughly translates as 'original line'). The state of Prussia first financed railways around 1850.

  2. The first section of the line between Bützow and Güstrow was opened in 1850 by the Mecklenburg Railway Company ( German: Mecklenburgische Eisenbahngesellschaft) and is one of the oldest railways in Germany and is part of the Leipzig – Magdeburg – Schwerin – Rostock main line. Contents 1 History 1.1 Route and construction 1.2 1875–1945 1.3 1945–1990

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  4. From 1939 to 1941, Gedob controlled only the rail lines in the GG. After 1941, the rail lines of ex-Austrian Galacia were added to the Gedob. Gedob had to start from scratch as Germany was not in a position at that time to redirect”surplus” rolling stock to the new entity.

  5. Apr 3, 2021 · This route will be set in the early 1900s (somwhere between 1906 and 1914 depending on the choice of locomotives) but it could also be the basis for an interbellum DRG-era timetable pack. Making this route woulnd't be possible until steam (which is currently in developement) comes to TSW. Contents The route General description and History Services

  6. The first state-run Prussian railways appeared around 1850: Royal Westphalian Railway Company ( Königlich-Westfälische Eisenbahn-Gesellschaft) 1848 Ran from Rheine > Hamm > Warburg and from Welver (near Hamm) > Oberhausen. Prussian Eastern Railway ( Preußische Ostbahn) 1851

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