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Malente-Gremsmühlen–Lütjenburg railway

Malente-Gremsmühlen–Lütjenburg

Bad Malente-Gremsmühlen station:
Standard gauge track meets narrow gauge track

Line length:
17.26

Track gauge:
1435

Gauge (new):
600 mm (1 ft 11 5⁄8 in)

Legend

from Lübeck

Gremskamp

0.00
Malente-Gremsmühlen

to Kiel

Malentino

Malente Markt

Malente-Neversfelde

2.01
Eggersdorf (Malente-Nord)

3.89
Holsteinische Schweiz

5.49
Bruhnskoppel

6.72
Malkwitz

8.32
Benz

9.60
Flehm

11.15
Kletkamp

13.00
Blekendorf

15.20
Friederikenthal

Schmiedendorf

Light railway from Preetz

17.26
Lütjenburg

The Malente–Lütjenburg railway was a standard gauge, branch line in the north German state of Schleswig-Holstein. It was built by the businessman, Janus, who ran the Holsteinische Schweiz hotel, that gave its name to the local station on the line. It is currently closed.
The line was planned to use a 600 mm (1 ft 11 5⁄8 in) narrow gauge railway for tourist traffic prior to the railway’s closure. The future of the railway is uncertain.

Contents

1 Route

1.1 List of stations and halts

2 History
3 Sources
4 External links
5 References

Route[edit]
The route has a length of about 17 kilometres (11 mi) and links the resort of Bad Malente-Gremsmühlen with Lütjenburg in Holstein Switzerland (Holsteinischen Schweiz).
List of stations and halts[edit]
Its stations and halts are:

Gremskamp (Flohmarkthalle) (former Malente-Güterbahnhof – goods station)
0.00 Bad Malente-Gremsmühlen; formerly a “wedge station” (Keilbahnhof) between the Kiel–Lübeck railway and this line; from 31 May 1866
Malentino (Kleinbahn halt); since 5 December 2006
Malente Markt (Kleinbahn halt); since 2007
Malente-Neversfelde; since 19 July 2008
2.01 Malente-Nord (since 13 September 2008 Eggersdorf); from summer 1954
3.89 Holsteinische Schweiz; from 25 May 1890
5.49 Bruhnskoppel; from 1890
6.72 Malkwitz; from summer 1954
8.32 Benz; from 1890
9.60 Flehm; from summer 1955
11.15 Kletkamp; from 8 December 1890
13.00 Blekendorf; from summer 1954
15.20 Friederikenthal; from summer 1954
Schmiedendorf; from 1 June 1891 to 14 October 1892
17.26 Lütjenburg

History[edit]

Erika, Deutz 16373, is one of the two diesel engines on the Kleinbahn

The contract for t
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