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As other reviewers have said, don't expect spectacular scenery along this narrow gauge line, but do have a good ride!
The train leaves from Radebeul Ost station, which is next to the main line station.
There is no ticket office for the line - you...More
We duly arrived at The rather plush suburb of Radebeul Ost in good time for the train on a glorious sunny morning and along with other expectant passengers awaited the train. Sadly an exasperated member of staff informed us that, damp for its defunkt, in...More
This narrow-gauge steam railway doesn't boast as spectacular scenery as some tourist railways - you see a lot of back gardens and garden houses, as well as woods and meadows! - but it is good fun, well maintained and runs precisely to time. You can...More
The train is very well maintained and travells through some nice scenery - through picturesque villages, dense forests, over a lake etc - to get to Moritzburg and later to Radeburg. There is an open-top coach as well for when it's warm. It's not cheap,...More
This trip was a highlight of a visit to the Dresden area. Ride out from the City on the S-Bahn to the preserved line's suburban terminus, or take the tram to enjoy some unalloyed nostalgia behind fairly modern steam engines on this narrow-gauge railway. Forgo...More
Ride the train from Radebeul to Radeburg. Offers a choice of open or closed carriages. Stop for a beer in the station cafe at Radeburg. Can look a little deserted when you first turn up, but it is running daily. Purchase your ticket on the...More
This historic East German steam railway dates from about 1883 and to its credit continues to run daily, even in winter, unlike many European and British tourist attractions and indeed some hotels.
I travelled on a day that was initially overcast but then a bit...More