List of Locomotive Depots in Germany

List Of Locomotive Depots In Germany

This list of locomotive depots (Bahnbetriebswerke) in Germany includes all those within the borders of the Deutsches Reich in 1937, which were at sometime between 1920 and 1994 independent facilities. They are grouped by the divisions (Direktionen) that existed in 1994, with the exception of those divisions east of the Oder-Neisse line. The year when they were closed as independent depots is given in brackets after the name. For a list of currently active locomotive depots in Germany see the List of Deutsche Bahn locomotive depots.

Read more about List Of Locomotive Depots In GermanyBerlin Division, Breslau Division, Dresden Division, Erfurt Division, Essen Division, Frankfurt (Main) Division, Halle (Saale) Division, Hamburg Division, Hannover Division, Karlsruhe Division, Cologne Division, Königsberg Division, Nuremberg Division, Magdeburg Division, Munich Division, Oppeln Division, Osten Division, Saarbrücken Division, Schwerin Division, Stuttgart Division, Stettin Division, See Also

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