Dresden railway architecture

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Derbyshire Heritage

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Aug 15, 2016
Just returned from a visit to Dresden, and despite the reputation the city had for destruction in February 1945, and subsequent rebuilding, especially after re-unification, there are still surviving pieces of pre-war industrial architecture. One of these appears to be a derelict former Deutsches Reichsbahn goods depot off Freiburger Strasse (co-ordinates 51.04909026177865, 13.717657144665738), complete with the company's motif. I passed this on tram 12 shortly after going under the main railway over bridge, but unfortunately didn't manage to get a photo. You can get quite a good idea on Google Earth, but no-one seems to have recorded this for posterity in more detail yet - can only be a matter of time before demolition.