Abstract

The Ludwig Railroad, the first railway line in Germany, ran between Nuremberg and Fürth (a distance of 6 km). It made its first trip on December  7, 1835, and operated until 1922. Lithograph after a colored engraving by Conrad Wießner (1796–1865), undated.

Inaugural Run of the first German Railroad between Nuremberg and Fürth on December 7, 1835 (1835)

  • Conrad Wießner

Source

© bpk / Lutz Braun

Inaugural Run of the first German Railroad between Nuremberg and Fürth on December 7, 1835 (1835), published in: German History in Documents and Images, <https://germanhistorydocs.org/en/from-vormaerz-to-prussian-dominance-1815-1866/ghdi:image-277> [February 02, 2023].