Eisenbahnmuseum Gramzow & Museumsbahn

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This museum of local and private railways in Gramzow, in the heart of Uckermark, is an absolute gem for railway fans. The exhibits, which will delight any railway enthusiast, are intended to illustrate the history, technology and economic significance of the local and private railways in the Uckermark region, the state of Brandenburg and Germany as a whole.
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  • Museum für Klein- und Privatbahnen Gramzow, Foto: Anet Hoppe
  • Museum für Klein- und Privatbahnen Gramzow, Foto: Anet Hoppe
  • Museum für Klein- und Privatbahnen Gramzow, Foto: Anet Hoppe
  • Museum für Klein- und Privatbahnen Gramzow, Foto: Anet Hoppe
  • Museum für Klein- und Privatbahnen Gramzow, Foto: Anet Hoppe
Far away from the major city lines, the rural area of the “Mark Brandenburg” (Margraviate of Brandenburg) was opened up by what used to be a dense network of local and private railways. Promoted privately to start with, and then later with state support too, they linked the major centres with the open countryside, carried supplies to population centres, opened up new markets for farms and also brought the first tourists to the province.

Even the little town of Gramzow had its own railway connection, although there is little to remind us of it today. From 1905, the 25 kilometres long line passed through Biesenbrow, Golm, Fredersdorf, Zichow, Gramzow, Lützlow and Kleinow. At its starting point in Schönermark, it provided a connection to the Berlin-Stettin line.

Today, various railway vehicles are presented in the area outside Granzow Station, including steam, diesel and electric locomotives, traction and trailer units, inspection trolleys, luggage vans, tank wagons, a snow plough, a railway swivel crane, a gauging trolley, a lightweight tamping machine and a ballast plough. The station building houses an exhibition telling the story of the locomotive, with original items, display boards and all sorts of models.

Gramzow Museum Railway

On ride days, visitors can ride on the footplate of a diesel locomotive, take the Museum train through the charming hills of the Uckermark region to Damme and explore a section of the old local railway line on a hand trolley.

There are special exhibits on show at the annual Station Festival, and model railway fans and visitors will find plenty to enjoy on the model railway days. At the end of the season, the railway market in the locomotive shed is a highlight in the Museum’s year. Santa Clause trips are organised on a Sunday in December.

Extras:

Barrier-free access, electric railway for children
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This museum of local and private railways in Gramzow, in the heart of Uckermark, is an absolute gem for railway fans. The exhibits, which will delight any railway enthusiast, are intended to illustrate the history, technology and economic significance of the local and private railways in the Uckermark region, the state of Brandenburg and Germany as a whole.
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  • Museum für Klein- und Privatbahnen Gramzow, Foto: Anet Hoppe
  • Museum für Klein- und Privatbahnen Gramzow, Foto: Anet Hoppe
  • Museum für Klein- und Privatbahnen Gramzow, Foto: Anet Hoppe
  • Museum für Klein- und Privatbahnen Gramzow, Foto: Anet Hoppe
Far away from the major city lines, the rural area of the “Mark Brandenburg” (Margraviate of Brandenburg) was opened up by what used to be a dense network of local and private railways. Promoted privately to start with, and then later with state support too, they linked the major centres with the open countryside, carried supplies to population centres, opened up new markets for farms and also brought the first tourists to the province.

Even the little town of Gramzow had its own railway connection, although there is little to remind us of it today. From 1905, the 25 kilometres long line passed through Biesenbrow, Golm, Fredersdorf, Zichow, Gramzow, Lützlow and Kleinow. At its starting point in Schönermark, it provided a connection to the Berlin-Stettin line.

Today, various railway vehicles are presented in the area outside Granzow Station, including steam, diesel and electric locomotives, traction and trailer units, inspection trolleys, luggage vans, tank wagons, a snow plough, a railway swivel crane, a gauging trolley, a lightweight tamping machine and a ballast plough. The station building houses an exhibition telling the story of the locomotive, with original items, display boards and all sorts of models.

Gramzow Museum Railway

On ride days, visitors can ride on the footplate of a diesel locomotive, take the Museum train through the charming hills of the Uckermark region to Damme and explore a section of the old local railway line on a hand trolley.

There are special exhibits on show at the annual Station Festival, and model railway fans and visitors will find plenty to enjoy on the model railway days. At the end of the season, the railway market in the locomotive shed is a highlight in the Museum’s year. Santa Clause trips are organised on a Sunday in December.

Extras:

Barrier-free access, electric railway for children
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Am Bahnhof 3

17291 Gramzow

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