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SCHÖNEICHE-RÜDERSDORF / WOLTERSDORF

 Brandenburg . Germany

Potsdam Tram / Straßenbahn Map © R. Schwandl

 System

Schöneiche, Rüdersdorf and Woltersdorf are three towns just outside the eastern city border of Berlin, in the Landkreis of Märkisch Oderland, which is part of the state of Brandenburg. Together they have a population of approx. 35,000. These towns are linked to Berlin S-Bahn stations via two tram lines that are independent from the Berlin tram network.

 Schöneiche-Rüdersdorf Tramway

- Line 88 in the VBB fare system, starting from S-Bahn station Friedrichshagen
- opened 1910 to Schöneiche, extended to Rüdersdorf in 1912, and electrified in 1914
- 14.1 km
- 1000 mm gauge
- partly single-track
- basic 20-minute headway
- modernised TATRA KT4D trams; some historic tram vehicles (ex-Heidelberg)

 Woltersdorf Tramway

- Line 87 in the VBB fare system, starting from S-Bahn station Rahnsdorf
- opened 1913
- 5.6 km
- 1435 mm gauge
- mostly single-track
- basic 20-minute headway
- modernised Gotha trams (1959-1960)

 Photos

 

 Our books about Urban Rail in Germany

Tram Atlas DeutschlandRobert Schwandl:

TRAM ATLAS DEUTSCHLAND 5

- June 2019, Berlin, ISBN 978 3 836573 60 2

- Detailed colour maps for more than 50 German tramway cities, illustrated with numerous photos

- Text German and English

- More details

Schnellbahnen in Deutschland/Metros in GermanyRobert Schwandl:

U-Bahnen in Deutschland

+ U-Stadtbahnen

- Feb 2019, Berlin, ISBN 978 3 836573 57 2

- Anything you need to know about German metro and light rail systems with underground sections, with detailed maps and hundreds of colour photos; 160 pages; Text German and English - More details

 Official Websites

SRS - Schöneiche-Rüdersdorfer Straßenbahn

Woltersdorfer Straßenbahn

VBB (Verkehrsverbund Berlin-Brandenburg)

 Other Links

Tram 88.de

Schöneiche-Rüdersdorfer Straßenbahn at Wikipedia.de

Woltersdorf Tram at Wikipedia.de


 

 

 


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