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  • The Berlin–Lehrte railway, known in German as the Lehrter Bahn (Lehrter railway), is an east-west line running from Berlin via Lehrte to Hanover. Its period as a separate railway extended from its opening in 1871 to the nationalisation of its owner, the Magdeburg-Halberstadt Railway Company on 1 July 1886. The company’s Berlin station, the Lehrter Bahnhof was finally torn down in 1958.The 239 km long route, which is still open, runs from Berlin Hauptbahnhof in a westerly direction to Spandau. From there it runs through Rathenow, Stendal, Oebisfelde, Wolfsburg and Gifhorn to Lehrte, where it connects with the Hanover–Brunswick line to Hanover.The Lehrter railway has a maximum speed of 200 km/h on the busy line between Hanover and Oebisfelde, which forms part of the Hanover–Berlin high-speed line. Between Oebisfelde and Berlin, the new line runs largely parallel with the Lehrter line. The Lehrter line is mostly unelectrified between Wustermark in the western of the suburbs of Berlin and Vorsfelde, near Wolfsburg, as long-distance passenger services use the new line. (en)
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  • 2016-09-05 11:22:17Z (xsd:date)
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  • A train leaving Lehrte station in 2012 (en)
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  • *6107 (Berlin Hbf–Lehrte) *6185 (HSL from Berlin-Spandau to Oebisfelde) *6399 (Oebisfelde–Fallersleben ) (en)
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  • Berlin–Lehrte railway (en)
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  • Lehrter Bahn (en)
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  • The Berlin–Lehrte railway, known in German as the Lehrter Bahn (Lehrter railway), is an east-west line running from Berlin via Lehrte to Hanover. Its period as a separate railway extended from its opening in 1871 to the nationalisation of its owner, the Magdeburg-Halberstadt Railway Company on 1 July 1886. The company’s Berlin station, the Lehrter Bahnhof was finally torn down in 1958.The 239 km long route, which is still open, runs from Berlin Hauptbahnhof in a westerly direction to Spandau. (en)
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