InTramCities with Gordon Stewart


Kassel, Germany : 3rd - 5th September 2002                      Map
Although now regarded as an extremely progressive tramway, it was not always so, and in the late 1970s, the city authorities favoured a complete closure of the system. Only a concerted effort by residents, especially along the threatened routes in Kirchditmold and Wolfsanger, led to a change of heart and a remarkable change in policy.

In the late 19th century Kassel's claim to tramway fame was to be home to the first urban steam tramway in Germany. Whilst most cities were turning to horse power for theer new tram systems, steam was seen as the most appropriate for linking the city with Wilhelmshohe - an extremely popular destination for excursions. The English-owned Casseler Tramway Company opened it's line in 1877 and it remained steam operated, although under different ownership, until 1899. At this time the whole tramway system was being converted to electric operation. All other lines had been horse-operated, first opened in 1884 and operated independently of the steam tramway until the two companies merged in 1897.

A new company was established in 1897 to run a tramway to the independent community of Wolfsanger and, unusually for the time, it was opened as a horse tramway. It survived in this form until the end of 1909, when electic wires had been extended into the Fuldatal, following incorporation into the "Grosse Cassseler Strassenbahn" , the company formed to take over and integrate all the city's lines in 1897.

The establishment of the "Grosse Casseler" heralded rapid improvements in the tram system. The earlier company had not built any more routes than those opened in it's early days in 1884, whilst lines into growing suburbs were badly needed. The horse tram routes had until 1898 reached only Bettenhausen station, across the Fulda River, and Wilhelmshoher Allee at Kirchweg, via Lutherplatz, the main railway station, what is now Friedrich-Ebert-Allee and Germaniastrasse. Between the middle of 1898 and the end of 1900 an extensive programme of electrification, track doubling and route extensions took place. The route length increased to over 22 km (around two thirds being double track). As well as new links within the built-up city area, services were extended to Kurhausstrasse (then called Mulang) from Bahnhof Wilhelmshohe and to Rothenditmold from Lutherplatz.

A further spate of extensions saw trams reach Hollandische Strasse (1908), Niederzwehren (1913) and Kirchditmold / Prinzenquelle (1914) as well as further development of the inner-city network. The First World War interrupted further growth but in 1920 an extension to Ochshauser Strasse (now Leipziger Platz) was opened in Bettenhausen. By 1925 trams were at Druseltal, branching from the Mulang route at Brabanter Strasse, and by 1927 at Eisenschmiede, reached via the nearby hospital. In the following year the line to Kirchditmold was extended from Prinzenquelle to a new loop at Hessenschanze.

Between 1920 and 1931 the postal service ran its own fleet of three trams over city tracks, linking the railway station, central post office and a number of outlying post offices. Three short spurs from regular service tracks were built for exclusive postal use.

In two stages, in 1940 and 1941, the line to Niederzwehren was extended to Baunatal to serve the Henschel aircraft engine factory, the site of which is now occupied by the VW motors factory. During World War II, Kassel suffered heavily from air raids, the attack on 22/10/1943 being particularly severe. The effects of the bombing, like in many German cities, led to a total closure of services in May 1945 and gradual reopening after the end of the war. In the case of Kassel, it was not until the 1950s that the city centre network as seen today was established, with tracks laid along the broad streets as rebuilt after the war.

The 1950s also saw a concerted effort to upgrade the rest of the tramway, doubling much of the track which had initially been rebuilt after war-time damage much as it had been before the war. Further new extensions were built in Bettenhausen (to Forstfeldstrasse in 1947 and Lindenberg in 1956), and from Eisenschmiede to Koboldstrasse (1953) and further to Ihringhauser Strasse (1956). In 1960, the direct route from Weserspitze to Eisenschmiede was built parallel to the retained alignment via the hospital. New loops were built at the Aue Stadium and at Mattenberg to accommodate short workings on lines increasingly served by single-ended trams.

The 1950s also saw the renewal of a significant part of the fleet as well as new trams to make good wartime losses, although it was somewhat surprising that no new trams were ordered until 1955. The tramway company, which became the Kasseler Verkehrs-Gesellschaft AG in 1939 and came into the ownership of the state of Hessen in 1946, had traditionally bought its trams from local suppliers. The city was home to major railway carriage manufacturers Crede, Wegmann and Henschel and Crede had supplied all Kassel's cars since 1932. A contract was given to the same company to supply trams and trailers based on the post-war two-axle "Verbandstyp" design, followed quickly by an order for similar cars but articulated, with a suspended centre section. The design was based on improvements on pre-war technology, and although the articulated cars made good economic sense, the rigid trucks of each type made for a slow and uncomfortable ride. The Duwag factory in Dusseldorf was, at this time, pioneering new designs that were soon to be widely adopted throughout Germany - the "Grossraumwagen" on two bogies, and the articulated cars on Jacobs-bogies - and as a result, Kassel's new cars quickly became outdated. Ten years later, the KVG returned to Crede for single-ended articulated bogie cars of the Duwag-type, with a further batch delivered by Wegmann in 1971 following Crede's withdrawal from the market. Wegmann also supplied a series of double ended cars in 1970.

A short stretch of underground tramway was opened under the square in front of the main railway station in 1968 and futher improvements to tram alignments, particularly in association with the widening of the main arterial roads out of Kassel, were made. The closure of the line to Rothenditmold in 1971 was on account of the difficulty in upgrading this alignment to the required standard, and although the first major route closure, it was not immediately apparent at the time that the whole system would soon be under threat.

The decision to retain the tramway system was helped by the good impression made by a Duewag-built Stadtbahn-N tram from Dortmund and 16 sets were purchased for delivery in 1981.Except for two sets of 1966 vintage, the Stadtbahn-N cars are now the oldest in service as new low-floor trams have been purchased on a regular basis.
Totally new lines have been built (Bhf Wilhelmshohe - Hellebohn - Niederzwehren), under-used local railway lines have been converted to tram operation (Mattenberg - Baunatal - Grossenritte and Kaufungen - Helsa) and Kassel is one of the pioneers of the new "Regio-Tram" concept, by which trams will share tracks with main-line railways outside the city centre.

Kassel : Herkulesbahn


On the ridge of a wooded hillside high above the city lies the Herkules Monument from where excursionists get a magnificent view of the water cascade down through ornamental gardens to the Wilhelmshohe Castle below and a panorama view of the whole of Kassel itself. The monument, almost 400 metres above the plain below, dominates the view along Wilhelmshoher Allee and other roads running westwards from the city centre.

A century after the castle and gardens were established, the area had become a favoured tourist destination and the first steam tramway was opened along Wilhelmshoher Allee to the foot of the attractive hillside in part to cater for this traffic. By 1900, the city tramways, now electrified, had been extended to Mulang and passengers were able to be taken deeper into the wooded hillside, but not to the Herkules itself as the gradients involved were too steep for a conventional service.

With one eye on the potential tourist trade, but with more interest in the transport of locally mined coal, Gustav Henkel, after several years of trying, obtained a concession to build a light railway linking his own electicity generating works at Palmenbad with a number of coal mines (and later stone quarries) in the Druseltal area and also the main line railway at Wilhelmshohe. In 1902, a single-track metre gauge line, financed by Henkel, was opened for goods traffic between Wilhelmshohe and Herkules, with a short branch to the power Station from Donche. In April of the following year, passenger services were introduced from Palmenbad, where the line terminated close to the city tramway's route to Mulang, to Herkules.

The network was extended to Brasselsberg and, at the peak of it's extent in 1925, to Hohe Gras, with sidings at the Herkules coal mine and a basalt quarry. The potential for passenger revenue was recognised early as in 1909, the line was extended towards the city centre along Kohlenweg to a new terminus alongside Wilhelmshoher Allee at Kirchweg. This led to the Herkulesbahn running in direct competition with the "Grosse Casseler" tramways between Kirchweg and Palmenbad and with the added advantage of being able to carry passengers deep into the Druseltal woodlands.

Competition intensified when the city tramway was extended to it's Druseltal terminus, close to the Herkulesbahn junction at Luisenhaus, in 1925, but the situation was short-lived. In February 1927, with the city authorities under pressure to approve the Herkulesbahn's plans to extend it's reach into the city centre, the "Grosse Casseler", with city support, purchased the majority shareholder in it's competitor. It was operated as a semi-independent subsidiary of the city's tramway until final incorporation in 1960 (with retrospective effect from October 1959).

The first action of the new owners was to re-gauge the short spur from Palmenbad to Donche to provide a connection with the city network, allowing Herkulesbahn cars to be loaded on to standard gauge low loaders for transfer to Wilhelmshohe depot for overhaul. The spur had been out of use for two years, having struggled since the closure of the power station in 1914. Very little changed until the closure of the outer part of the line, from the Herkules coal mine to Hohe Gras, in 1940. The Palmenbad branch was taken out of operation in 1957 and four years later, both the coal and the basalt traffic ceased. It was still intended to continue with passenger services, to Brasselsberg and Herkules, and a start was made on preparations for re-gauging the remaining track. With escalating costs, especially in view of the need to double some of the tracks, the operator's policy changed . The last run to Brasselsberg was made on 30th November 1965. A shuttle service between Luisenhaus and Herkules continued until 11th April 1966.

Tram Catalogue
Date Film No No Location View Dir Tram Notes
03/09/2002 202112 1 Baunsbergstrasse In Out 473 At An den Eichen
03/09/2002 202112 2 Christuskirche Out In 484
03/09/2002 202112 3 Christuskirche In Out 617
03/09/2002 202112 4 Brabanter Strasse Out In 473
03/09/2002 202112 5 Bahnhof Wilhelmshohe Out In 617
03/09/2002 202112 6 Bahnhof Wilhelmshohe In Out 355 355+563
03/09/2002 202112 7 Walter Schucking Platz Out In 470 Druseltal route
03/09/2002 202112 8 Walter Schucking Platz In Out 459 Druseltal route
03/09/2002 202112 9 Walter Schucking Platz Out Out 459 Druseltal route
03/09/2002 202112 10 Walter Schucking Platz Out In 455 Hellebohn route
03/09/2002 202112 12 Hasselweg In Out 635
03/09/2002 202112 13 Hasselweg/Hellebohnweg In Out 614
03/09/2002 202112 14 Hasselweg/Hellebohnweg Out In 462
03/09/2002 202112 15 Hellebohnweg In Out 634
03/09/2002 202112 16 Hellebohnweg Out In 612
03/09/2002 202112 17 Susterfeld In Out 616
03/09/2002 202112 18 Susterfeld Out In 454 454 and 616
03/09/2002 202112 19 Rhonplatz Out In 635
03/09/2002 202112 20 Rhonplatz In Out 455
03/09/2002 202112 21 Hellebohn Out In 469
03/09/2002 202112 22 Heinrich Schutz Allee In In 614
03/09/2002 202112 23 Heinrich Schutz Allee In Out 466
03/09/2002 202112 24 Korbacher Strasse/Universitat Out In 632
03/09/2002 202112 25 Korbacher Strasse/Universitat In In 616
03/09/2002 202112 26 Schulzentrum Bruckenhof Out In 634
03/09/2002 202121 1 Heinrich Plett Strasse Out In 414
03/09/2002 202121 2 Heinrich Plett Strasse In In 414
03/09/2002 202121 3 Oberzwehren Mitte Out In 455
03/09/2002 202121 4 Oberzwehren Mitte Out


03/09/2002 202121 5 Oberzwehren Mitte In


03/09/2002 202121 6 Altenbaunaerstr/Europaschule

419
03/09/2002 202121 7 Altenbaunaerstr/Europaschule Out In 452
03/09/2002 202121 8 Altenbaunaerstr/Europaschule In In 606
03/09/2002 202121 9 Mattenberg In Out 454
03/09/2002 202121 10 Kleingartenverein Out In 519
03/09/2002 202121 11 Kleingartenverein In In 519
03/09/2002 202121 12 Baunatal Stadtmitte In Out 469
03/09/2002 202121 13 Baunatal Stadtmitte Out In 454
03/09/2002 202121 14 Hunstein In In

03/09/2002 202121 15 Hunstein In Out 464
03/09/2002 202121 16 Grossenritte Bahnhof Out In 465 Terminus
03/09/2002 202121 17 Bruder Grimm Strasse In In 414
03/09/2002 202121 18 Bahnhof Niederzwehren In


03/09/2002 202121 19 Druseltal

459 Terminus : 4 Sept 2002
03/09/2002 202121 20 Waldorfschule In Out 424
03/09/2002 202121 21 Waldorfschule Out In 459
03/09/2002 202121 22 Wilhelmshohe

453 Terminus
03/09/2002 202121 23 Kurhessen Therme Out In 453
03/09/2002 202121 24 Hessicher Rundfunk In Out 354 354+569
03/09/2002 202121 25 Kunoldstrasse Out In 354 354+569
03/09/2002 202121 26 Rolandstrasse

420 Terminus
03/09/2002 202121 27 Rolandstrasse

420 Terminus
03/09/2002 202121 28 Rotes Kreuz In Out 467
03/09/2002 202121 29 Rotes Kreuz Out In 464
03/09/2002 202121 30 Berlepschstrasse In Out 413
03/09/2002 202121 31 Berlepschstrasse Out Out 413
03/09/2002 202121 32 Kirchweg In Out 408
03/09/2002 202121 33 Goethestrasse In Out 406
03/09/2002 202121 34 Annastrasse In Out 608
03/09/2002 202121 35 Annastrasse Out In

04/09/2002 202131 1 Standeplatz In Out 621
04/09/2002 202131 2 Standeplatz Out In 406
04/09/2002 202131 3 Standeplatz Out In 605
04/09/2002 202131 4 Standeplatz In Out 602 View towards Rathaus
04/09/2002 202131 5 Wilhelmstrasse Out In 409
04/09/2002 202131 6 Scheidemannplatz

413 View towards Hauptbahnhof
04/09/2002 202131 7 Scheidemannplatz

405
04/09/2002 202131 8 Erzbergerstrasse In In 413
04/09/2002 202131 9 Am Stern Out In 355 View towrds Hollandischer Platz
04/09/2002 202131 10 Am Stern Out In 412 View towards Altmarkt
04/09/2002 202131 11 Am Stern In Out 608
04/09/2002 202131 12 Konigsplatz

455 View towards Rathaus
04/09/2002 202131 13 Am Stern Out In 457
04/09/2002 202131 14 Am Stern Out In 464
04/09/2002 202131 15 Konigsplatz

409 View towards Am Stern
04/09/2002 202131 16 Konigsplatz

631 View towards Am Stern
04/09/2002 202131 17 Friedrichsplatz

354 354 and 631 View towards Rathaus
04/09/2002 202131 18 Konigsplatz

404 View towards Am Stern
04/09/2002 202131 19 Friedrichsplatz

635 View towards Rathaus
04/09/2002 202131 20 Rathaus Out In 462
04/09/2002 202131 21 Rathaus In Out 465
04/09/2002 202131 22 Rathaus / Funffensterstrasse In In 613
04/09/2002 202131 23 Am Weinberg Out In 402
04/09/2002 202131 24 Am Weinberg In Out 460
04/09/2002 202131 25 Heinrich-Heine-Strasse In Out 421
04/09/2002 202131 26 Aue Stadion In Out 475
04/09/2002 202131 27 Wolfsanger Out
421 At terminus
04/09/2002 202131 28 Wolfsanger In In 421
04/09/2002 202131 29 Kirche Wolfsanger In Out 401
04/09/2002 202131 30 Fuldatalschule Out In 401
04/09/2002 202131 31 Am Fasanenhof In Out 418
04/09/2002 202131 32 Weserspitze Out In 413
04/09/2002 202131 33 Weserspitze In In 413
04/09/2002 202131 34 Weserspitze Out In 615
04/09/2002 202131 35 Irringhauser Strasse Out
484 At terminus
04/09/2002 202131 36 Arnimstrasse In Out 406
04/09/2002 202141 1 Koboldstrasse In In

04/09/2002 202141 2 Simmerhauser Strasse Out In 420
04/09/2002 202141 3 Simmerhauser Strasse Out In 420
04/09/2002 202141 4 Klinikum In Out 412
04/09/2002 202141 5 Klinikum Out Out 413
04/09/2002 202141 6 Hauptfriedhof In Out 461
04/09/2002 202141 7 Wiener Strasse In Out 469
04/09/2002 202141 8 Rotes Kreuz In Out 604 5/9/02
04/09/2002 202141 9 Tannenkuppe Out In 613
04/09/2002 202141 10 Tannenkuppe Out In 613
04/09/2002 202141 11 Stadthalle In Out 609
04/09/2002 202141 12 Bebelplatz In Out 619
04/09/2002 202141 13 Bebelplatz Out Out 619
04/09/2002 202141 14 Bebelplatz Out In 601
04/09/2002 202141 15 Friedenskirche Out In 622
04/09/2002 202141 16 Bebelplatz Out In 614
04/09/2002 202141 17 Breitscheidstrasse Out In 619
04/09/2002 202141 18 Teichstrasse Out Out 606
04/09/2002 202141 19 Teichstrasse Out In 610
04/09/2002 202141 20 Kirche Kirchditmold Out In 603
04/09/2002 202141 21 Kirche Kirchditmold In Out 608
04/09/2002 202141 22 Riedwiesen Out In 606
04/09/2002 202141 23 Riedwiesen Out In 606
04/09/2002 202141 24 Kirche Kirchditmold In Out 601
04/09/2002 202141 25 Kirche Kirchditmold In In 608
04/09/2002 202141 26 Kirche Kirchditmold In Out 614
04/09/2002 202141 27 Hessenschanze In In 601
04/09/2002 202141 28 Prinzenquelle In Out 604
04/09/2002 202141 29 Prinzenquelle Out In 614
04/09/2002 202141 30 Kaufungen Papierfabrik In In 614
04/09/2002 202141 31 Niederkaufungen Mitte Out In 632
04/09/2002 202141 32 Niederkaufungen Bahnhof Out In 605
04/09/2002 202141 33 Rieckswiesen Out Out 619
04/09/2002 202141 34 Rieckswiesen Out In 622
04/09/2002 202141 35 Rieckswiesen In In 622
04/09/2002 202141 36 Gesamtschule In Out 612
05/09/2002 202151 1 Gesamtschule Out In 613
05/09/2002 202151 2 Gesamtschule Out In 619
05/09/2002 202151 3 Gesamtschule In Out 603
05/09/2002 202151 4 Oberkaufungen Mitte Out In 612
05/09/2002 202151 5 Oberkaufungen Bahnhof Out In 603
05/09/2002 202151 6 Oberkaufungen Bahnhof In In 603
05/09/2002 202151 7 DRK Klinik Out In 609
05/09/2002 202151 8 Lindenberg In Out 632
05/09/2002 202151 9 Forstfeldstrasse In Out 622
05/09/2002 202151 10 Kirchgasse Out In 602
05/09/2002 202151 11 Platz der Deutschen Einheit Out In 608
05/09/2002 202151 12 Altmarkt Out
632 632 and 459
05/09/2002 202151 13 Konigsplatz

414
05/09/2002 202151 14 Konigsplatz

354 The two operational tram/trailer sets meet at Konigsplatz



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Film No No Location View Dir Tram
202112 1 Baunsbergstrasse In Out 473
202112 2 Christuskirche Out In 484
202112 3 Christuskirche In Out 617
202112 4 Brabanter Strasse Out In 473
202112 5 Bahnhof Wilhelmshohe Out In 617
202112 6 Bahnhof Wilhelmshohe In Out 355
202112 7 Walter Schucking Platz Out In 470
202112 8 Walter Schucking Platz In Out 459
202112 9 Walter Schucking Platz Out Out 459
202112 10 Walter Schucking Platz Out In 455
202112 12 Hasselweg In Out 635
202112 13 Hasselweg/Hellebohnweg In Out 614
202112 14 Hasselweg/Hellebohnweg Out In 462
202112 15 Hellebohnweg In Out 634
202112 16 Hellebohnweg Out In 612
202112 17 Susterfeld In Out 616
202112 18 Susterfeld Out In 454
202112 19 Rhonplatz Out In 635
202112 20 Rhonplatz In Out 455
202112 21 Hellebohn Out In 469
202112 22 Heinrich Schutz Allee In In 614
202112 23 Heinrich Schutz Allee In Out 466
202112 24 Korbacher Strasse/Universitat Out In 632
202112 25 Korbacher Strasse/Universitat In In 616
202112 26 Schulzentrum Bruckenhof Out In 634
202121 1 Heinrich Plett Strasse Out In 414
202121 2 Heinrich Plett Strasse In In 414
202121 3 Oberzwehren Mitte Out In 455
202121 4 Oberzwehren Mitte Out

202121 5 Oberzwehren Mitte In

202121 6 Altenbaunaerstr/Europaschule

419
202121 7 Altenbaunaerstr/Europaschule Out In 452
202121 8 Altenbaunaerstr/Europaschule In In 606
202121 9 Mattenberg In Out 454
202121 10 Kleingartenverein Out In 519
202121 11 Kleingartenverein In In 519
202121 12 Baunatal Stadtmitte In Out 469
202121 13 Baunatal Stadtmitte Out In 454
202121 14 Hunstein In In
202121 15 Hunstein In Out 464
202121 16 Grossenritte Bahnhof Out In 465
202121 17 Bruder Grimm Strasse In In 414
202121 18 Bahnhof Niederzwehren In

202121 19 Druseltal

459
202121 20 Waldorfschule In Out 424
202121 21 Waldorfschule Out In 459
202121 22 Wilhelmshohe

453
202121 23 Kurhessen Therme Out In 453
202121 24 Hessicher Rundfunk In Out 354
202121 25 Kunoldstrasse Out In 354
202121 26 Rolandstrasse

420
202121 27 Rolandstrasse

420
202121 28 Rotes Kreuz In Out 467
202121 29 Rotes Kreuz Out In 464
202121 30 Berlepschstrasse In Out 413
202121 31 Berlepschstrasse Out Out 413
202121 32 Kirchweg In Out 408
202121 33 Goethestrasse In Out 406
202121 34 Annastrasse In Out 608
202121 35 Annastrasse Out In
202131 1 Standeplatz In Out 621
202131 2 Standeplatz Out In 406
202131 3 Standeplatz Out In 605
202131 4 Standeplatz In Out 602
202131 5 Wilhelmstrasse Out In 409
202131 6 Scheidemannplatz

413
202131 7 Scheidemannplatz

405
202131 8 Erzbergerstrasse In In 413
202131 9 Am Stern Out In 355
202131 10 Am Stern Out In 412
202131 11 Am Stern In Out 608
202131 12 Konigsplatz

455
202131 13 Am Stern Out In 457
202131 14 Am Stern Out In 464
202131 15 Konigsplatz

409
202131 16 Konigsplatz

631
202131 17 Friedrichsplatz

354
202131 18 Konigsplatz

404
202131 19 Friedrichsplatz

635
202131 20 Rathaus Out In 462
202131 21 Rathaus In Out 465
202131 22 Rathaus / Funffensterstrasse In In 613
202131 23 Am Weinberg Out In 402
202131 24 Am Weinberg In Out 460
202131 25 Heinrich-Heine-Strasse In Out 421
202131 26 Aue Stadion In Out 475
202131 27 Wolfsanger Out
421
202131 28 Wolfsanger In In 421
202131 29 Kirche Wolfsanger In Out 401
202131 30 Fuldatalschule Out In 401
202131 31 Am Fasanenhof In Out 418
202131 32 Weserspitze Out In 413
202131 33 Weserspitze In In 413
202131 34 Weserspitze Out In 615
202131 35 Irringhauser Strasse Out
484
202131 36 Arnimstrasse In Out 406
202141 1 Koboldstrasse In In
202141 2 Simmerhauser Strasse Out In 420
202141 3 Simmerhauser Strasse Out In 420
202141 4 Klinikum In Out 412
202141 5 Klinikum Out Out 413
202141 6 Hauptfriedhof In Out 461
202141 7 Wiener Strasse In Out 469
202141 8 Rotes Kreuz In Out 604
202141 9 Tannenkuppe Out In 613
202141 10 Tannenkuppe Out In 613
202141 11 Stadthalle In Out 609
202141 12 Bebelplatz In Out 619
202141 13 Bebelplatz Out Out 619
202141 14 Bebelplatz Out In 601
202141 15 Friedenskirche Out In 622
202141 16 Bebelplatz Out In 614
202141 17 Breitscheidstrasse Out In 619
202141 18 Teichstrasse Out Out 606
202141 19 Teichstrasse Out In 610
202141 20 Kirche Kirchditmold Out In 603
202141 21 Kirche Kirchditmold In Out 608
202141 22 Riedwiesen Out In 606
202141 23 Riedwiesen Out In 606
202141 24 Kirche Kirchditmold In Out 601
202141 25 Kirche Kirchditmold In In 608
202141 26 Kirche Kirchditmold In Out 614
202141 27 Hessenschanze In In 601
202141 28 Prinzenquelle In Out 604
202141 29 Prinzenquelle Out In 614
202141 30 Kaufungen Papierfabrik In In 614
202141 31 Niederkaufungen Mitte Out In 632
202141 32 Niederkaufungen Bahnhof Out In 605
202141 33 Rieckswiesen Out Out 619
202141 34 Rieckswiesen Out In 622
202141 35 Rieckswiesen In In 622
202141 36 Gesamtschule In Out 612
202151 1 Gesamtschule Out In 613
202151 2 Gesamtschule Out In 619
202151 3 Gesamtschule In Out 603
202151 4 Oberkaufungen Mitte Out In 612
202151 5 Oberkaufungen Bahnhof Out In 603
202151 6 Oberkaufungen Bahnhof In In 603
202151 7 DRK Klinik Out In 609
202151 8 Lindenberg In Out 632
202151 9 Forstfeldstrasse In Out 622
202151 10 Kirchgasse Out In 602
202151 11 Platz der Deutschen Einheit Out In 608
202151 12 Altmarkt Out
632
202151 13 Konigsplatz

414
202151 14 Konigsplatz

354

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