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Radebeul-Radeburg line

The Radebeul-Radeburg line, known locally as the Lößnitzgrundbahn (Lössnitz Valley Railroad), nicknamed "Lößnitzdackel" (Lößnitz Dachshund), is a gauge narrow gauge steam-hauled railway in the outskirts of Dresden, Germany. Primarily a tourist attraction, it maintains a year-round timetable and runs between Radebeul-Ost station on the main Deutsche Bahn line between Dresden and Meissen and the small towns of Moritzburg and Radeburg north of Dresden.

Scheduled traffic on the line is maintained by BVO GmbH, using steam locomotives built in the 1950s. Older trains, using engines and cars built in the late 19th and early 20th century, are maintained by the non-profit Traditionsbahn Radebeul e.V.. The older trains operate on the line for special events.

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