Category Archives: Germany

Things of the tram (5)

A lovely title though in my case nothing to do with the original intention the maker had in mind. Tennessee Williams, an American play writer. The play performed on many stages and every time the curtain felt there was applause. … Continue reading

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In the wake of the Wall

From mid seventies till mid eighties Berlin was a second home for me, a pied-à-terre as the French call it or like a famous German song: Ich hab noch einen Koffer in Berlin. I still have a suitcase somewhere in … Continue reading

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Things about the tram (3)

‘Two rooms and a bath’ These days the shape and form of tram cars is defined by modernity and in most cases articulated to transport travellers as much as possible. An art of snake on steel wheels on rail sneaking … Continue reading

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Pictures of a postcard (9)

‘Tüffi’s miraculous jump’ A new year, a new beginning, another series but the same style and let’s start with a very peculiar happening in Public Transportation. Germany more than sixty years ago ore more precise July 21st 1950. The famous … Continue reading

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