Bahnhof Zoo: Vorposten der DDR in West Berlin (GVE)

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An illustrated history of Berlin Zoo station, telling the story of the station from its construction, through to the date of publication. As may be determined from the name, zoo station was originally built to serve the nearby zoo, but through the 1930s and 1940s, the station expanded and became one of the city’s main railway stations. Following the war, when Berlin was split into East and West, Zoo became West Berlin’s main railway station. It remained an important station for long-distance traffic after the fall of the Berlin Wall and even following the construction of Berlin Hauptbahnhof. Well-illustrated throughout with colour and black & white photographs and maps. 96 pages. German text. Published 2011

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