From the Rostkreuz to the Ostkreuz - Berlin's large railway junction
Page count: 184
Size: 230mm x 265mm
Ostkreuz station developed within 175 years to one of the most important railway junctions of the capital. The "rust cross" gained cult status after 1989 because of its morbid charm. The conversion took twelve years, but its fascination was preserved. Today, 1512 long-distance, regional and suburban trains as well as around 123,000 train passengers, train and transfer passengers pass the station every day, thus securing the station a top spot in Germany. Bernd Kuhlmann describes with great accuracy the time-consuming conversion to a modern traffic junction, which took place while traffic was running - a challenge for passengers and construction workers.
|Manufacturer: ||Trans Press|
|Manufacturer price:||29,90 €|