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===Arnsdorf (b Dresden) – Kleinröhrsdorf (Abzw Arnsdorf Nord)===
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[227] DE13/318
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Most trains between Dresden and Kamenz use the west-to-north connecting curve west of Arnsdorf (and so don't call at Arnsdorf), except:
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| || SSuX || ''SBS59751'' || Dresden Hbf – 05:30 Arnsdorf – Kamenz
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| ||      || ''SBS59787'' || Dresden Hbf – 23:37 Arnsdorf – Kamenz
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| || SSuX || ''SBS59750'' || Kamenz – 03:54 Kleinröhrsdorf – Dresden Hbf
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| || SuX  || ''SBS59752'' || Kamenz – 05:15 Kleinröhrsdorf – Dresden Hbf
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==See also==
 
==See also==

Revision as of 00:03, 15 March 2013

Introduction

This list is based on the timetable in force until until 14 December 2013, unless otherwise stated. Standard abbreviations are explained in General Information.

In the heading to each entry the map reference for the line in the Schweers+Wall Eisenbahn Atlas (2007/2008 edition) is shown, in italic, in addition to the reference to M.G. Ball's European Railway Atlas.

Obscure services

Kyhna (Delitzsch Gbf) – Delitzsch unt Bf

[219] (42B3, 58B2) DE13/301

This west to north curve connects the Halle (Saale) – Eilenburg and Leipzig – Bitterfeld lines. It is used by IC and other long distance trains when the line between Halle and Bitterfeld is blocked by engineering work, although RB services are normally replaced by buses.

During the first half of 2013, whilst the direct line between Bitterfeld and Halle Hbf is blocked by engineering work (the precise end date is not yet known), all express services between Halle and Berlin and all Regional services between Halle and Bitterfeld other than those diverted via DE13/303 run this way.

When the main line between Bitterfeld and Halle Hbf is available, this route is used by:

MRB80142/RB26329 Halle (Saale) Hbf – 22:59 Kyhna – Delitzsch unt Bf
IC61259 Erfurt Hbf – 06:00 Halle(Saale) Hbf – Berlin-Lichtenberg/Ostseebad Binz (note: seating carriages attached to CNL1259 from Zürich Hbf)
ICE-T1508 München Hbf – 16:02 Halle(Saale) Hbf – Warnemünde
SSuX RB26310 04:10 Delitzsch unt Bf – Naumburg (Saale) Hbf
ICE-T1509 Warnemünde(SO)/Berlin-Gesundbrunnen(SX) – 10:45 Berlin Südkreuz – München Hbf
IC61258 Ostseebad Binz/Berlin-Lichtenberg – 23:10 Bitterfeld – Erfurt Hbf (note: seating carriages attached to CNL1258 to Zürich Hbf)

Kyhna (Delitzsch Gbf) – Zschortau (Delitzsch Abzw Ah)

[504] (42B3, 58B2) DE13/302

This west to south curve connects the Halle (Saale) – Eilenburg and Leipzig – Bitterfeld lines. It is used by the following trains in order to avoid reversal at Halle (Saale) Hbf.

FO IC1951 Frankfurt am Main Hbf – 19:54 Halle (Saale) Hbf – Leipzig Hbf
FO IC2155 Frankfurt Flughafen Fbf – 22:08 Halle (Saale) Hbf – Leipzig Hbf
See note IC2257 Frankfurt am Main Hbf – 00:13 Halle (Saale) Hbf – Leipzig Hbf
MO IC1950 Berlin Gesundbrunnen – 02:04 Leipzig Hbf – Frankfurt am Main Hbf

Note: IC2257 runs this way unless it takes DE13/205

Halle Hbf (Gröbers Bbf) – Gröbers Süd and Schkeuditz – Leipzig-Wahren via third line (6387) and Leipzig-Wahren – Wiederitzsch – Rackwitz (Abzw. Leipzig Messe Nord)

[251] (46A3-46B3 partly shown, 130D2-131C2) DE13/303

During the first half of 2013, until the reinstatement of the direct line between Bitterfeld and Halle Hbf (the precise date is not yet known), services on line RB80 (Halle - Lutherstadt Wittenberg) take a circular route from Wittenberg via Bitterfeld - Delitzsch Gbf - Halle Hbf - Wiederitzsch - Bitterfeld and back to Wittenberg.

Anticlockwise, departures from Halle Hbf every two hours from 07:06 to 19:06, plus:

SSuX RB26282 05:37 Halle Hbf - Magdeburg Hbf (see note below)
SSuX RB26296 14:38 Halle Hbf - Magdeburg Hbf (see note below)
SSuX RB26300 16:38 Halle Hbf - Magdeburg Hbf (see note below)
SSuX RB26242 17:41 Halle Hbf - Bitterfeld

Note: RB26282, RB26296 and RB26300 are the only trains booked to use Line 6387. Whether they actually do so will depend on the freight traffic running at that time.

Clockwise, the only train booked by this route is:

SSuX RB26225 Lutherstadt Wittenberg - 06:45 Bitterfeld - Halle Hbf

Leipzig-Leutzsch – Leipzig Hbf (Leipzig-Mockau) (via Wiederitzsch)

[550, 580] (46A3-46B3, 131C3-131B3) DE13/304

This is a longer route between Leipzig-Leutzsch and Leipzig Hbf via the freight ring line. It is used by the following trains:

  • Departures from Leipzig Hbf: MRB80291 (04:30), IC2156 26 July - 18 August (04:37), RB26447 (04:57), ICE1746 6 July - 18 August (12:57), IC1958 (15:30).
  • Arrivals at Leipzig Hbf: ICE1706 (05:46), MRB80282 (06:18), ICE1745 6 July - 18 August (12:46), IC1955 (18:33), IC2253 (20:18), IC2151 6 July - 18 August (20:52), MRB80312 (21:27).

Rackwitz (Abzw. Leipzig Messe Nord) – Engelsdorf (via Leipzig-Mockau, Leipzig-Thekla and Leipzig-Schönefeld)

(46B3, 131C3-131D3) DE13/305

This route enables trains to run between the Berlin and Dresden lines without having to reverse at Leipzig Hbf. It is used by the following train diverted from the Dresden main line.

H1 FSO EN476 Budapest Keleti pu – 06:04 (SSuO) Decin hl.n. – Berlin Hbf

H1: 6 July 2013 - 14 December 2013 from Budapest.

Leipzig-Paunsdorf (Abzw Püchauer Straße) – Leipzig Ost (Abzw Torgauer Straße)

[500] (46B3, 131C3) DE13/306

Trains between Riesa and the lines to the west, which need to access the middle platforms (11, 14 and 15) at Leipzig Hbf to reverse, use this link between the Riesa and Altenburg lines to avoid conflicting movements. All trains between Dresden and the Erfurt or Magdeburg lines use this route. These are principally IC and ICE trains to and from Dresden.

Leipzig-Plagwitz – Gaschwitz

[527, 530] (46A2-46B2, 58B3) DE13/307

All trains between Leipzig and Gaschwitz are using this line during 2013, whilst the route via Leipzig Stötteritz is out of use for engineering work. When the City Tunnel line via Bayerische Bf enters service in December 2013, this route will lose its service.

Oschatz – Glossen (b Oschatz) (Döllnitzbahn GmbH)

(43A2, 59B3) DE13/308

The Döllnitzbahn operates a limited service over this 750mm gauge line, which is not shown in the Kursbuch. Steam trains operate to Glossen occasionally, but the only regular trains over the full length of the line are:

SSuX DBG104 13:11 Oschatz Hbf – Glossen (b Oschatz)
SSuX DBG107 14:26 Glossen (b Oschatz) – Oschatz Hbf

There is currently no service to Kemmlitz (b Oschatz). For further information see www.doellnitzbahn.de.

Großenhain Berliner Bf – Abzw. Kottewitz – Radebeul West (direct, not via Priestewitz)

[240] (44B3 to 45A1, 59D3-59D4) DE13/309

This is the direct route from Elsterwerda to Dresden via Radebeul and is common with DE13/310 south of Abzw. Kottewitz. It is used by the small number of IC and EC trains between Berlin and Dresden Hbf which are scheduled to call at Dresden-Neustadt.

Weißig (Abzw. Leckwitz) – Abzw. Kottewitz – Radebeul West (direct, not via Priestewitz)

[500] (44B3 to 45A1 partially shown, 59D3-59D4) DE13/310

This is the direct route from Riesa to Dresden via Radebeul and is common with DE13/309 south of Abzw. Kottewitz. It is used by IC and ICE trains between Leipzig and Dresden Hbf which are scheduled to call at Dresden-Neustadt; RE services run via Priestewitz.

Großenhain Berliner Bf – Abzw. Kottewitz – Radebeul-Naundorf (direct, not via Priestewitz)

[240] (44B3 to 45A1, 59D3-59D4) DE13/311

This line is used by trains between Berlin and Dresden Hbf which are not scheduled to call at Dresden-Neustadt and is common with DE13/312 south of Abzw. Kottewitz. There are EC/IC services approximately every two hours but usage of the route via Radebeul-Naundorf will decrease in coming years.

Weißig (Abzw. Leckwitz) – Abzw. Kottewitz – Radebeul-Naundorf (direct, not via Priestewitz)

[500] (44B3 to 45A1 partially shown, 59D3-59D4) DE13/312

This line is used by IC and ICE trains between Leipzig and Dresden Hbf which are not scheduled to call at Dresden-Neustadt. However, usage of the route via Radebeul-Naundorf will decrease in coming years. It is common with DE13/311 south of Abzw. Kottewitz.

Radebeul Ost (Abzw. Dresden-Pieschen) – Dresden-Neustadt W 707

[241, 245, 500] (45B1, 73A3) DE13/313

This route through the former Dresden Neustadt Gbf (Strecke 6246) is traversed by RE services from Leipzig Hbf to Dresden Hbf, and only in that direction, shown to call at Dresden-Neustadt Gleis 10. Gleis 10 is a temporary platform at Neustadt. This line will not be used again by passenger services after the autumn of 2013.

Dresden Hbf (south side high level) – Dresden-Plauen (Dresden-Altstadt) (via goods spur)

[510, 510.3] (45B1, 73A3) DE13/314

Trains to and from the Chemnitz line normally use the middle (low level) or north side (high level) platforms at Dresden Hbf. This spur provides access to the south side (high level) platforms 1 to 5.

Dresden-Plauen (Abzw Freital Ost) - Tharandt

[510] (44A2 not shown, 72D4) DE13/315

A single-track goods line runs to the north of the main line, and at lower level, between Freital Ost and Tharandt. At Freital-Hainsberg it is on the far side of the narrow-gauge station and yard from the main line. It may be used by trains with no station stops between Dresden Hbf and Tharandt, particularly westbound.

Werdau (Werdau Bogendreieck, Werdauer Spitz) – Neumark (Sachsen) (Werdau Bogendreieck, Neumarker Spitz)

[530] (42B1, 132A4) DE13/316

This north to south side of the Werdau triangle is part of the main line from Leipzig to München via Hof, but most trains now run to and from Zwickau. This side of the triangle is used by Vogtlandbahn trains which run non-stop between Werdau and Reichenbach (Vogtl) every two hours.

Falkenberg (Elster) – Glaubitz (b Riesa) (Abzw. Zeithain Bogendreieck)

[240] (43B3, 59C1-59C3) DE13/317

See DE13/275

Arnsdorf (b Dresden) – Kleinröhrsdorf (Abzw Arnsdorf Nord)

[227] DE13/318

Most trains between Dresden and Kamenz use the west-to-north connecting curve west of Arnsdorf (and so don't call at Arnsdorf), except:

SSuX SBS59751 Dresden Hbf – 05:30 Arnsdorf – Kamenz
SBS59787 Dresden Hbf – 23:37 Arnsdorf – Kamenz
SSuX SBS59750 Kamenz – 03:54 Kleinröhrsdorf – Dresden Hbf
SuX SBS59752 Kamenz – 05:15 Kleinröhrsdorf – Dresden Hbf

See also