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On the Bridge-The Cemetry railroad-Dreilinden-Kleinmachnow-Germany-Europe
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The Friedhofsbahn(Cemetry railroad) is a former railroad track between Berlin and Brandenburg.


Dreilinden
Kleinmachnow
Potsdam-Mittelmark
Brandenburg
Germany
13.10.2010

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Copyright: Lars gabrysch
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Tags: infrared; europe; germany; brandenburg; potsdam-mittelmark; kleinmachnow; dreilinden; friedhofsbahn; brücke; stahnsdorfer bahn; teltowkanal
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