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The Gera Central Station was built in 1859 and has no long-distance rail connections and no electrified lines today, but is still a significant regional transport hub. The tram stop is located in an underpass of the railway tracks and connects the central station with the city centre.

Geraer Verkehrsbetriebe GmbH - official website of the local public transport company (german)

Trams in Gera - wikipedia article (english)

Gera Central Station - wikipedia article (english)

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