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Old Tram Depot

It smells of history - of oil, iron, leather. The big, proud machines were once quite normal vehicles of transport, today they are oldtimer and real eye-catchers. Their location: The Old Tram Depot of the transportation company Rheinbahn in Dusseldorf-Bilk. At "Am Steinberg" 20 historic trams can be visited. However only after making an appointment. The association "Linie D" offers in cooperation with the Rheinbahn guided tours through the Tram Depot. There are no opening hours or fixed dates. If you are interested, write an e-mail to: info@linied.net - a real insider tip.

On special days, the Rheinbahn depot is open to all visitors, for example during the "Long Night of Museums" or "Open Monument Day".

Officially, city tours with historic trams can also be booked. The classic car tours are called "Mustard Ride", "Castle Tour", "Jazz Tram" or "Santa Claus Drive". There are Crime Readings and Party Rides on rails.

The Rheinbahn depot is an insider tip that hardly a travel guide has on the screen.
 

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ADDRESS

Am Steinberg
40225 Duesseldorf

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PUBLIC TRANSPORT

Bus: 835, 836, NE7 (Stop Merowingerstraße)
Bus: 827 (Stop Am Steinberg)
Tram: 701, 706 (Stop Merowingerstraße)
Tram: 701 (Stop Moorenstraße) 5 minute walk

Opening Hours

Only by appointment via E-Mail: info@linied.net
Next public day: 8. September 2019

COSTS

No admission fee, donations welcome
On public open days changing admissions, infos on the website

www.linied.net


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