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Passing through Cologne

On the train to Heidelberg, we pass through Cologne, which has the main train station in the center of town, right next to an old church. This is also where the train switches direction, since the train station has no exit. That means if you were sitting facing forward going into the station, you leave facing backwards.

  1. Gail Groth
    May 18, 2019 at 1:45 am

    Train Engines don’t care about forward or reverse anymore. They no longer revert to circle turn arounds, called round houses.

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