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Der alte kl tbahnhof
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Dies ist der Eingang zum 316m langen Tunnel durch den Klütberg.Er wurde im Jahr 1897 fertig gestellt und ermöglichte die Bahnverbindung von Hameln nach Lage.

Nach der Rattenfängersage sollen an dieser Stelle auch die Kinder der Stadt von dem Pfeifer in den Berg hinein geführt worden sein.

Heute ist der Tunnel mit einem Stahlgitter verschlossen, er dient als Unterkunft für Fledermäuse, die mit hIlfe ihrer Ultraschallorgane durch die Gitter hindurch fliegen können.

Copyright: Steffan correll
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Uploaded: 27/08/2013
Updated: 18/09/2013
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