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Alterbahnhof Espenhain
Leipzig

Der alte Bahnhpf von Espenhain, an der B95 zwischen Chemnitz und Leipzig. Er ist dem Verfall preisgegeben. Im Erdgeschoss sind Brandspuren zu erkennen. Das Dach ist ohne Bedeckung. Der Bahnhof befindet sich Sichtweite zur Brikettfabrik in Witznitz.

Copyright: Thomas spanner
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Uploaded: 15/06/2011
Updated: 22/08/2014
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Tags: espenhain; borna; b95; leipzig; tagebau; chemnitz; bahnhof; ruine; verfall; gleisanlage; dachstuhl; mining; railway station; ruin; decay; trach layout; roof truss
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