ⓘ Freilassing

                                     

ⓘ Freilassing

Freilassing, until 1923 Salzburghofen is a town of some 16.000 inhabitants in the southeastern corner of Bavaria, Germany. It belongs to the "Regierungsbezirk" Oberbayern and the "Landkreis" of Berchtesgadener Land. Freilassing can be seen as the biggest suburb of Salzburg, the famous Austrian city just on the other side of the border.

                                     
  • border station between Austria and Bavaria. In 1866, Freilassing was connected to another line Freilassing Bad Reichenhall and in 1888 it was extended to
  • Bahn runs from Muhldorf to Freilassing in the German state of Bavaria. The rail link between Muhldorf and Freilassing was opened on 1 December 1908
  • The Freilassing Locomotive World Lokwelt Freilassing is a railway museum in the Berchtesgadener Land, which is operated with the cooperation of the
  • located in Freilassing depot. Locomotive no 144 502, the original member of the locomotive class, is set up as a memorial at Freilassing station. No
  • October 1895 and between Traunstein and Freilassing on 29 November. The second track between Salzburg and Freilassing was not put into operation until 1889
  • branch will have three continuous tracks to Freilassing Afterwards, line S 2 will be extended to Freilassing providing a 15 - minute interval service between
  • including the B IX, are stored in the Freilassing Locomotive World Lokwelt Freilassing museum in Freilassing due to a shortage of space. The vehicles
  • for the construction of lines from Freilassing Traunstein and Rosenheim to Regensburg or from Munich to Freilassing or Passau. The decision was finally
  • preserved: E 16 03 DB Museum Koblenz - Lutzel E 16 07 Freilassing Locomotive World in Freilassing E 16 08 Darmstadt - Kranichstein Railway Museum E 16 09
  • by Deutsche Bahn as a category 5 station. It is the terminus of the Freilassing Berchtesgaden railway. Previously the Berchtesgaden Hangender Stein railway