Wendelstein Rack Railway

Local nameWendelsteinbahn
LocationBrannenburg, Germany

The Wendelstein Rack Railway, sometimes just referred to as the Wendelstein Railway, is an electrically-driven metre gauge rack railway that runs up the Wendelstein in the Upper Bavarian Limestone Alps. Together with the Wendelstein Cable Car it is operated by the Wendelsteinbahn GmbH. The mountain railway climbs through a total height of 1,217.27 metres. The Wendelstein Railway is one of only four working rack railways in Germany, the others being the Bavarian Zugspitze Railway, the Drachenfels Railway and the Stuttgart Rack Railway.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wendelstein_Rack_Railway

Official Website https://Www.Wendelsteinbahn.de/

Phone +49 8034 308-0

Address 106 Sudelfeldstraße, 83098, Germany

Coordinates 47°43'31.519" N 12°5'33.952" E

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