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Weisseritz Valley Railway

Running between Freital and Kipsdorf, the Weisseritz Valley Railway, also known as the 'Weuseritztalbahn' is the oldest running public narrow gauge railway in Germany, opening 135 years ago, in 1882. The line winds through the lovely verdant forests of the Rabenauer Grund valley, before running alongside the Weisseritz River, a beautiful shimmering waterway from which the line takes its name. 

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Winter Steam in Saxony's Ore Mountains

Explore Saxony's spectacular highlights by steam on a breathtaking journey that travels on three wonderful heritage railways and discover elegant Dresden, our charming base on the banks of the gentle Elbe River.

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2020Feb

8 days from £1,295 pp

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Colditz, Meissen & Saxony by Steam

Boasting winding valleys and rugged mountain ranges, Saxony is among Germany's most scenic regions. We discover its prettiest towns and most beautiful scenery on excursions by historic narrow-gauge railway.

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2020MayJunSep

8 days from £1,195 pp

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Luke Simpson
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