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 Previewing: Leipzig Dresden Railway line 1834 -1990 
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The story of the building of the first german long distance railway line in 1837. The important role the railway played in the social, economic and political development of Germany. British influence in the early years is highlighted, with Victorian engineers like James Walker and John Hawkshaw.
Leipzig Dresden Railway line 1834 -1990 owned by: fictitious
A member of Deutscher Eisenbahn Webring since 01/10/1998.