back TTN 474

 Gerolstein Bf
including workshop
 Gerolstein Basalt Awanst
 Birresborn Bf
 Muerlenbach Hp
 Densborn Bf
 Usch-Zendscheid Hp
 St. Thomas Bf
 Kyllburg Bf
 Bitburg-Erdorf Bf
 Huettingen Hp
 Philippsheim Bf
 Speicher Bf
 Auw an der Kyll Bf
 Daufenbach Bf
 Kordel Bf
 Ehrang Bf
 Pfalzel Hp
 Trier Hbf Bf

 Kyllburger Tunnel
 Wilsecker Tunnel
 Mettericher Tunnel
 Philippsheimer Tunnel
 Loskyller Tunnel
 Heinzkyller Tunnel
 Kyller Tunnel

Diese Seite auf Deutsch

Bitburg-Erdorf Bf

Bitburg-Erdorf, Photo 1
The crossing and the signal box "Erf". No staff is working there anymore. The signal box is remote controlled from Kyllburg.

Bitburg-Erdorf, Photo 2
The station building includes gastronomy.

Bitburg-Erdorf, Photo 3
A railcar "VT644" is drawing nearer, appearing from Gerolstein...

Bitburg-Erdorf, Photo 4
... and stopping on platform 2.

Bitburg-Erdorf, Photo 5
Another "VT644" is coming from the opposite direction. On the right, the platform with the tracks 4 and 5 were there long ago. "You are connected to the Nims-Sauertal-Bahn, stopping at Bitburg Stadt, Wolsfeld, Irrel, Ralingen, Wintersdorf nach Trier" said the station master at that time.

Bitburg-Erdorf, Photo 6
There is still a track in front of the goods shed, but it is not in use anymore.

Bitburg-Erdorf, Photo 7

Towards Trier, you find an old ramp. It had an own track.

Bitburg-Erdorf, Photo 8
View to the station building, aside the distant signal repeaters Wvp41 and Wvp42.

Bitburg-Erdorf, Photo 9
Exit signals towards Trier and Bitburg Stadt (on the right, without speed signal Zs3, but direction signal Zs2).

Bitburg-Erdorf, Photo 10
The southern signal box is nowadays a house to live. The sign marks the border between the tracks of German Railways and the private track to Bitburg Town.

Bitburg-Erdorf, Photo 11
It is the former Nims Sauertal route, leading only to Bitburg Town nowadays.

updated: April 30th 2005
created: June 23rd 2004