A historical train enters a train station.

Museum Train Bremerhaven - Bad Bederkesa

The track of the museum train runs between the maritime city of Bremerhaven and the moor spa Bad Bederkesa in the Elbe-Weser triangle

The track system and the railway between Bremerhaven and Cuxhaven were completed in 1896 and opened on 1 June of the same year. Passenger transport was abandoned on 26 May 1968 and freight transport was finally abandoned on 31 December 1993. The museum railway association is located in the station building in Bad Bederkesa. The stations Drangstedt, Knüppelholz, Debstedt and Langen follow in the direction of Bremerhaven before the line finally flows into the DB AG network at Bremerhaven-Speckenbüttel and leads via Bremerhaven-Lehe to Bremerhaven main station.

The train of the association is composed of the diesel locomotive V36 134 (year of manufacture 1943), several four-axle carriages (BPw4yg, B4yg, AB4yg), one baggage car for the transportation of bicycles (Pwghs 54) and one converted mail car (Post 2a / 14,5). A small locomotive of the type Köf II (year of manufacture 1949) stands ready for operation as a backup and construction train locomotive.

Stage Bremerhaven
Stage Bad Bederkesa

Attention: Due to a track closure the entry and exit at the Fishery Harbor is currently not possible!

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Stage Bremerhaven Main Station

Friedrich-Ebert-Str.
27570 Bremerhaven
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Operating times 2020

3rd of May, 17th of May, 31st of May, 7th of June, 21st of June, 5th of July, 19th of July, 2nd of August, 16th of August, 30th of August, 6th of September, 20th of September and 4th of October

A minimum number of participants is required for the Santa Claus rides in December 2020

Note

Due to a line closure the trains end in Bremerhaven main station. You can reach the "Shop Window Fishery Harbor" with the bus lines 505 + 506 from Bremerhaven Bus. All return tickets are valid on the days of travel in the buses from Bremerhaven-Bus to the Fishery Harbor or to Havenwelten and back.

Departure times

from main station: 11.02 a.m., 3.02 p.m., 6.02 p.m.
from Bremerhaven-Lehe: 11.08 a.m., 3.08 p.m., 6.08 p.m.

Subject to change without notice.

Stops: Bremerhaven central station, Bremerhaven-Lehe, Langen, Debstedt, Drangstedt, Bad Bederkesa

Prices

Depending on the distance

Single trip (depending on entry station and distance):
- Adults € 5,00, € 7,00 or € 9,00
- Children (aged 6-14) and small animals € 2,50, € 3,50 or € 4,50
- Children under the age of 6 are free of charge
- Bicycles € 1,00
- E-Bikes/Tandem € 2,00

Round trip (depending on distance):
- Adults € 8,00, € 12,00 or € 15,00
- Children (6-14 years) and small animals € 4,00, € 6,00 or € 7,50

- Familie return ticket (2 adults and 4 children) € 35,00
- Season ticket € 75,00 (only available in the museum railway office)

Address

Stage Bremerhaven Main Station
Friedrich-Ebert-Str.
27570 Bremerhaven
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Museumsbahn Bremerhaven - Bederkesa e.V.
Bahnhofstraße 18
27624 Bad Bederkesa

Contact

 0049 (0)4745 - 71 69
 0049 (0)4745 - 93 13 87
 info@museumsbahn-bremerhaven-bederkesa.de

Website

www.museumsbahn-bremerhaven-bederkesa.de

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Address

Erlebnis Bremerhaven GmbH
Bremerhaven Touristik & Tourist-Infos
H.-H.-Meier-Straße 6
27568 Bremerhaven
Germany

Contact

 0049 471 - 41 41 41
 0049 471 - 80 93 61 90
 touristik@erlebnis-bremerhaven.de

Praise or criticism

 kundenreaktion@erlebnis-bremerhaven.de

Opening hours:

May - September
(Heligoland saison)
Mon. - Sun. 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
October - April
Mon. - Sun. 9.30 a.m. - 5 p.m.

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