Sauschwänzlebahn- Wutach Valley Railway
Bahnhofstraße 1, 78176 Blumberg, Germany
About Sauschwänzlebahn- Wutach Valley Railway
One of the most unusual and impressive stretches of railway in Germany. The middle section of the railway involves a 250 meter gain in height, and since it was constructed to move heavy military equipments, the maximum gradient allowed was less than 1:100 resulting in the line having a series of curves (including one complete circle), taking 26.5 km of track to travel a beeline distance of 9.5 km, with spectacular large viaducts, tunnels and bridges including the only spiral railway tunnel in Ge
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The Hagenturm is a 40 meter high steel lattice tower near Merishausen on the Randen . It was built in 1989 on behalf of the federal government in just three weeks and replaced an earlier tower that was built for surveying purposes. The design comes from the Schaffhausen engineer Erwin Klaiber. The tower stands at 908.5 meters above sea level, about 93 meters south of the highest point in the canton of Schaffhausen .
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Germany's third largest state. Most of the major cities of Baden-Württemberg straddle the banks of the Neckar River, which runs downstream (from southwest to the center, then northwest) through the state past Tübingen, Stuttgart, Heilbronn, Heidelberg, and Mannheim.