Thursday, July 29, 2021

Laudenbach (Bergstr), Schwetzingen

I'm traveling in the Rhein-Neckar region and visiting some stations
Karlsruhe station in the morning

I'm changing trains at Weinheim and continuing my trip along the Main-Neckar Railway which was opened in 1846 and is one of the oldest railways in Germany.

Now I've reached Laudenbach(Bergstr) station
The old station building is now someone's house
There are many freight trains on this line, which is a continuation of the line I've visited yesterday
186 293 Traxx MS, approved for operations in D, A, B, NL


Flixtrain on the route Stuttgart-Berlin
182 522, ES 64 U2-022 from MRCE 

193 521

482 031

Bombardier Twindexx Vario 

ÖBB Intercity Frankfurt-Klagenfurt

1116 268
186 110

193 357

193 496 from Hupac and BLS Cargo

DB Class 101 with Intercity train
482 013

152 052

186 451

193 470

185 370

193 257

Workers are taking care of the platform by cutting the weeds

192 034, Smartron from RheinCargo GmbH & Co

482 027

186 491

I think I've covered all container companies today. There is no lack of trains on this route for spotting

185 120

Time to move on

Neckar river

City of Mannheim seen from the train

At Neu-Edingen / Friedrichsfeld station the S-Bahn train is split into two parts, one is continuing here to Heidelberg
The other one, which is still here is going to Schwetzingen

The underground with art works

Now it's time for something else than trains

Schwetzingen is one of the five biggest cities of the Rhein-Neckar-Kreis district and a medium-sized centre between Heidelberg and Mannheim. The city is most famous for Schwetzingen Palace and the Schlosstheater. (Wikipedia)

It is necessary to show Corona pass and fill in corona tracing document when visiting the palace and gardens

Schwetzingen was the summer residence of the Electors Palatine Charles III Philip and Charles IV Theodore (of the House of Wittelsbach). It is situated in Schwetzingen, roughly equidistant from the electors' seats at Heidelberg and Mannheim, and is most notable for its spacious and ornate gardens. (Wikipedia)


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