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Gerolstein Bf

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Gerolstein, Photo 1
Coming from Cologne Gerolstein Station so to speak starts here, recognizable with distant entry signal at the track on the right. The left track covered by vegetation is the so called "Eifelquerbahn" to and from Mayen.

Gerolstein, Photo 2
Entry signal Gerolstein for the "Eifelquerbahn", the picture is taken on the platform in Pelm.

Gerolstein, Photo 3
Entry of a historical rail bus driving on the "Eifelquerbahn" from Daun.

Gerolstein, Photo 4
A steam engine on the main track from Cologne is entering Gerolstein.

Gerolstein, Photo 5
Northern side with junctions to the workshop and the "Eifelquerbahn".

Gerolstein, Photo 6
View towards Trier, on the right sidings and the area for goods.

Gerolstein, Photo 7
The most popular view over Gerolstein Station taken from the bridge of national route B420.

Gerolstein, Photo 8
The station building was built in red sandstone.

Gerolstein, Photo 9
The dispatcher of Gerolstein is working in this bulding.

Gerolstein, Photo 10
Two diesel trains (VT644 "Talent") are coupling at platform 1.

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updated: September 12th 2004
created: June 23rd 2004