Beginning in Magdeburg, the diversified route follows the footsteps of the legendary route "Berlin-Potsdam-Magdeburg" which was established as early as 1838.
A continuous connection between Magdeburg and Potsdam was finished in 1843.
On August 7, 1846, the first train drove the route from Potsdam to Magdeburg, there are connections to Hanover, Cologne and Antwerpen.
Follow the railway guide 310 and 260 from Hanover through three regional capitals (Hanover, Magdeburg, Potsdam) and reach the federal capital Berlin.
Drive the legendary E 310 and accomplish your driving jobs as a conductor.
The following roll materials are included:
BR 103 in red/beige, BR 112, BR 202 as DB AG version, BR 143 as DB AG and DR version, ICE 1, Dostos teal/white,
Dostos brown/beige, Wittenbergerkopf, IC-Wagen red/white, IR-Wagen blue/white, Regiowagen teal/white, DR Reco Wagon,
DR Halberstädter, Freigt wagon of the DB AG and DR
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The seaport is the destination for ships from all over the world.
They bring raw materials for the industry as well as goods which are then transferred to other countries in South and East Europe.
But the challenges of the passenger traffic are no less demanding.
Those, who were lucky enough to snatch on of the popular vacation spots of the Gewerkschaftsbund of the GDR (FDGB) on the Baltic Sea, had to take the train to get to their destination, as the waiting time for a car back then was ten years.
Warnemünde is one of the most popular vacation destination and furthermore the recreation area for the citizens of Rostock who come to the beaches with the S-Bahn.
But Warnemünde is also the "gate to the world".
Well-known trains such as the "Neptun" or the "Ostsee-Express" enter here the ferry to Denmark.
The "high-class long-haul journeys" between Berlin and Rostock are carried out by the city-express "Stoltera".
Immerse in the daily routines of the DR at a time when passenger- and freight trains were pulled by steamers of the BR 01 and the legendary "Taigatrommeln" and "Ludmillas".
In Berlin, the capital city of the GDR, the rush-hour traffic will be a challenge for the most important public transport system, the S-Bahn, when driving through the development area Marzahn and the settlement areas Köpenick
and Karlshorst and the city centre.
If the vicinity of Rostock, the rambling track system of the seaport, the Warnow-Werft, the freight station Rostock and the construction site of the fertilizer plant Poppendorf are waiting for you.