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Rail Day is around the corner: A celebration for millions of rail fans with more than 250 events will be taking place across Germany

Rail Day is around the corner: A celebration for millions of rail fans with more than 250 events will be taking place across Germany
photo: Deutsche Bahn/Rail Day is around the corner: A celebration for millions of rail fans with more than 250 events will be taking place across Germany
13 / 09 / 2022

Deutsche Bahn will be represented on Rail Day with around 80 events in almost all German states and major cities, from Hamburg to Munich and from Dortmund to Leipzig. The program includes large station festivals, for example, in Würzburg (Bavaria), where the redesigned barrier-free central station will be ceremoniously opened.

Richard Lutz, Chairman of the Board of Management of Deutsche Bahn AG: "Only with rail will we achieve our climate targets. It is, therefore, high time that rail also had its own day of honor. For the first 'Rail Day,' we are joining forces with the entire industry to show how the rail system works and how much heart and soul railroad workers nationwide put on the road for climate-friendly rail."

Highlights also include a tour of the construction site of the monumental Elster Valley Bridge near Plauen (Saxony), a visit to the historic Wernerwerk and Siemensstadt stations on the Siemens Railway in Berlin, which is to be reactivated, and an exploration of the underworlds of the future Berlin S-Bahn (S 21/City S-Bahn).

In addition, rail fans can climb the vault of the new hall roof at Berlin's Ostbahnhof station or take a look at the ICE plants in Leipzig, Frankfurt-Griesheim, and Dortmund-Spähenfelde. A calendar with all events can be found at www.tag-der-schiene.de.

In addition, there will be a big competition with great surprise prizes on the DB channels for Rail Day.

The "Rail Day" will open on September 15 at 7 p.m. in Vehicle Hall 2 of the DB Museum in Nuremberg. There, on September 17, visitors can experience railroad history on a ride on the legendary Adler - a replica of Germany's first steam locomotive.

The Federal Ministry of Digital Affairs and Transport, DB, other rail transport companies, transport associations and NGOs, associations, societies, and other institutions are jointly committed to Rail Day on September 16 and 17. The event is coordinated by the Pro-Rail Alliance.

 

Source: Deutsche Bahn Press Releases

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