The Leipzig-Dresden railway line through time
The first German long distance railway line
This site tells the story of the building of the first German long-distance railway line in 1837. Over a century and a half, the line between the two cities of Leipzig and Dresden in Saxony has a strong tale to tell.
The story has been divided into chapters, to make browsing easier:
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This site has been accessed times since 3rd January 1998.
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Last updated May 10th 1998
Material on this site is from an original project conceived and researched by John Lace, Bryan Goodman-Stephens and Peter Swan.
© John Lace 1998. All rights reserved. No reproduction is permitted without prior authorisation.