Re: [Z_Scale] Off Topic - Secret London Underground
- Are there any subays in Hamburg or just commuter lines?
I'm hoping to visit there next year and check out MinaturWunderland.
From: Uwe Liermann <maillist@...>
To: LoadToad <email@example.com>
Sent: Sun, May 1, 2011 1:38:22 PM
Subject: Re: [Z_Scale] Off Topic - Secret London Underground
> I came upon a article about the abandon Royal Mail Railway.oh my...
...I should have known this about 10 days earlier. I've been in London
from April 16 to 19 and had a lot of fun riding the tube (besides
lots of other things too... ;-) ), I would have liked to have a look
myself on this too.
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- Hello Robert,
> Are there any subays in Hamburg or just commuter lines?Hamburg has a great subway net. It is also used for commuting, but
when go to Hamburg for shopping or for entertainment I often park my
car in a suburb and use the subway system. I buy a day ticket even if
I only have a few trips on the system because it is cheaper. Included
in the system are also all buses and ferrys:
The HVV net expands also out of the city of Hamburg itself:
Here you can use the trains of the DB too with the HVV ticket.
Besides the subways are often not underground but on a high level over
the streets. So you can use it for sightseeing too.
> I'm hoping to visit there next year and check out MinaturWunderland.For the MiWuLa you take the U3 (yellow line) and exit at the station
Baumwall (lower left corner of the yellow line). Besides this line is
on a high level in the area and between Baumwall and Landungsbrücken
you have a great view over the harbor.
Let me know when you know your timetable and if I'm free from work we