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Offline fosuna  
#1 Posted : 18 September 2021 06:41:14(UTC)
fosuna

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Hi everyone!

Please, does anyone know if there are web sites with timetables and compositions of trains from Germany? Specially from epochas I, II, III and IV. It doesn't matter if they are in German.

Thanks in advance, and happy day for all!

Francisco
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Offline Alsterstreek  
#2 Posted : 18 September 2021 09:24:25(UTC)
Alsterstreek

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Originally Posted by: fosuna Go to Quoted Post
Hi everyone!

Please, does anyone know if there are web sites with timetables and compositions of trains from Germany? Specially from epochas I, II, III and IV. It doesn't matter if they are in German.

Thanks in advance, and happy day for all!

Francisco


Hi,

I take it that you are after passenger train compositions and timetables?

Some relevant information can already be found in your previous related threads:
https://www.marklin-user...s/t46888-Roma-Basel-Koln
https://www.marklin-user...ces-of-the-car-set-43146

A PDF of a presentation on (short) pre-1960 passenger trains based on prototype photos:
http://www.mist-4.de/arc...1-vortrag-zugbildung.pdf

A good English timetable repository of historic German timetables:
https://timetableworld.c...1-48cb-be2a-e0c391ec6ea6

A little bit of everything focusing on the year 1958: https://db58.de

More scattered composition info:
https://www.modellbahn.n...informationen-db-ep-iii/
http://www.heinrich-hank...enbahn/zugbildung/_d.htm

More scattered timetable info:
http://pkjs.de/bahn/Kurs...h1944/Kursbuchtitel.html
https://www.eisenbahnwelt.com/Kursbuecher/
https://www.deutsches-kursbuch.de/1914/5_hoch.htm

For further historic web research, enter „Kursbuch“ for timetables and „Zugbildung“ or „Zugreihung“ for compositons.


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Offline Carim  
#3 Posted : 18 September 2021 11:46:49(UTC)
Carim

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This site might be of some interest: https://www.vagonweb.cz/

Carim
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Offline fosuna  
#4 Posted : 18 September 2021 18:41:37(UTC)
fosuna

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Joined: 14/04/2015(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Alsterstreek Go to Quoted Post


Hi,

I take it that you are after passenger train compositions and timetables?

Some relevant information can already be found in your previous related threads:
https://www.marklin-user...s/t46888-Roma-Basel-Koln
https://www.marklin-user...ces-of-the-car-set-43146

A PDF of a presentation on (short) pre-1960 passenger trains based on prototype photos:
http://www.mist-4.de/arc...1-vortrag-zugbildung.pdf

A good English timetable repository of historic German timetables:
https://timetableworld.c...1-48cb-be2a-e0c391ec6ea6

A little bit of everything focusing on the year 1958: https://db58.de

More scattered composition info:
https://www.modellbahn.n...informationen-db-ep-iii/
http://www.heinrich-hank...enbahn/zugbildung/_d.htm

More scattered timetable info:
http://pkjs.de/bahn/Kurs...h1944/Kursbuchtitel.html
https://www.eisenbahnwelt.com/Kursbuecher/
https://www.deutsches-kursbuch.de/1914/5_hoch.htm

For further historic web research, enter „Kursbuch“ for timetables and „Zugbildung“ or „Zugreihung“ for compositons.




Hi Alsterstreek!

Thank you very much for your reply! I've already known some of the sites, but some others you posted are really interesting and usefull for me. Thanks again!

Francisco
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Offline fosuna  
#5 Posted : 18 September 2021 18:45:00(UTC)
fosuna

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Joined: 14/04/2015(UTC)
Posts: 42
Originally Posted by: Carim Go to Quoted Post
This site might be of some interest: https://www.vagonweb.cz/

Carim


Hi Carim!

Thanks for your post and your recommendation. I'll look into the site, although I only see modern trains. But it looks interesting.

Greetings,

Francisco
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Offline Alsterstreek  
#6 Posted : 18 September 2021 20:02:21(UTC)
Alsterstreek

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Joined: 16/11/2011(UTC)
Posts: 5,187
Location: Southwesternmost
Originally Posted by: fosuna Go to Quoted Post
Hi Alsterstreek!

Thank you very much for your reply! I've already known some of the sites, but some others you posted are really interesting and usefull for me. Thanks again!

Francisco

For allowing to serve you better next time:
Which ones did you know, and which of the “new” ones do you deem interesting and useful?
Offline fosuna  
#7 Posted : 18 September 2021 21:51:44(UTC)
fosuna

Spain   
Joined: 14/04/2015(UTC)
Posts: 42
Originally Posted by: Alsterstreek Go to Quoted Post


For allowing to serve you better next time:
Which ones did you know, and which of the “new” ones do you deem interesting and useful?


Hi Alsterstreek!

I knew the links to my posts (of course), and the db58 website.

For my purposes, it has been very useful the PDF presentation and the timetable repository. Also the heinrich-hank website.
That is because they have a lot of information. I've saved the links of the other websites to examine them in detail later.

Thanks again!

Francisco
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