Eisenbahngeschichte Elsass-Lothringen (EK)

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A comprehensive history of railways in the Alsace-Lorraine region, close to the border between France and Germany.

The railways came early to the region, with the first being opened as early as 1839. In 1871, the region became part of Germany, however after the First World War, the region returned to French control. In this book, a team of German and French authors document the fascinating railway history of the region.

The book is divided into chapters, each looking at a period of history or a subject such as private railways, depots, rolling stock and architecture. Eisenbahngeschichte Elsass-Lothringen is a comprehensive history of railways in the fascinating region. Well-illustrated throughout with over 400 black & white photographs, maps and diagrams. German text. Hardback. 264 pages.

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