Tramscape Tramway Photographs


Strausberg, Germany : 13th April 1998
Strausberg, a small town to the east of Berlin has its own one-line single track tramway which links into the Berlin regional rail (S-Bahn) network at "Strausberg" station, the first of three stations serving the town, and runs to Lustgarten in the town centre. The line continued through Grosse Strasse until 1970, when it was cut back to its present terminus, and plans exist to restore the route if scarce funds become forthcoming.

The two two-axle trams operating the service on a quiet Easter Monday were 5 and 7. Built in Berlin in 1969, both were former Berlin trams, with 5 arriving at Strausberg in 1981 and 7 in 1986, having earlier moved from Berlin to Woltersdorf in 1981.

 
Date Film No No Location View Dir Tram Notes
13/04/1998 980142 1 S-Bahnhof Strausberg Out
05 Tram at the southern terminus at the railway station
13/04/1998 980142 2
Out In 05 Tram en route from S-Bhf Strausberg to Landhausstrasse
13/04/1998 980142 3
In In 05 Inbound tram viewed from the same point
13/04/1998 980142 4 Landhausstrasse In Out 07
13/04/1998 980142 5 Landhausstrasse Out Out 07
13/04/1998 980142 6 Lustgarten In
07 Tram at the city centre terminus
13/04/1998 980142 7 Lustgarten Out
07
13/04/1998 980142 8 Elisabethstrasse Out In 05
13/04/1998 980142 9 Elisabethstrasse In In 05
13/04/1998 980142 10 Berliner Strasse In Out 05
13/04/1998 980142 11 Kathe-Kollwitz-Strasse Out Out 05
13/04/1998 980142 12 Berliner Strasse Out In 07
13/04/1998 980142 13 Berliner Strasse In In 07
13/04/1998 980142 14 Wolfstal In Out 07

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