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Written by Andre Pronk - 24 Aug 2015
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Location notes
This location is a small town on the main line between Bremen and Hannover. It is a main line for both Freight and Passenger trains.
Railway type and traffic
Local passenger and ICE workings plus freight.
A quiet area, no problems envisaged.
Road directions
  • Osnabr�ck to follow
  • Continue on the A1 / E30
  • Continue onto A30 / E30
  • Follow the right lane at the junction 14-Kreuz Lotte / Osnabr�ck to the signs A1 towards Bremen / Osnabr�ck-Hafen follow
  • Keep left at the fork to drive in the direction of A1
  • Keep right at the fork, follow signs for A1 / Osnabr�ck-Hafen / Bremen and merge onto A1
  • Follow the right lane at the junction 53-Bremer Kreuz to the signs A27 towards Hannover / Achim follow
  • Take the exit toward Feldstra�e
  • Drive to the An der Waage
  • Turn right into Feldstra�e
  • Turn left to Rotdornweg
  • Continue onto Herr Camp
  • Turn left at Alte Schranke
  • Alte Schranke turns right and An der Waage
  • An der Waage 39
  • 27299 Langwedel, Germany

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    Langwedel map co-ordinates
  • Parking
    Parking can be found near the train station, which is about 150 meters away.
    Public transport
    The railway station of Langwedel can be reached from both Bremen and Hanover.

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    Nothing in the immediate area.
    Not many hotels locally, but by train it is 27 minutes from Bremen witch has a lot of options.
    Sun Compass
    Sun Compass using Suncalc by brought to you by Vladimir Agafonkin:
    It might be necessary to adjust the time to suit your visit, this link should open with the current day.

    Googly map
    Streetmap links
    Langwedel general view map
    Langwedel close up map

    Windows Local Live Link - image quality may vary

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    Photographic notes
    Images can be made all day, traffic form Bremen in the morning and traffic towards Bremen in the afternoon.
    Watch out for other enthusiasts/photographers. This is a well know place, if you see them, try to make some arrangements about the photos, otherwise someone can be standing in your way.
    There are a lot of trees, so summer time is the best time for photos.

    Please stay off the tracks, the location is very near to the main line, and is not fenced off.

    General views - All photographs © Andre Pronk unless otherwise stated
    Fig 1 - Lookiing east

Fig 1 - Lookiing east

    Fig 2 - Looking east

Fig 2 - Looking east

    Fig 3 - Looking west

Fig 3 - Looking west

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