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Series: Strassenbahn Magazin Special

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Nahverkehr in Berlin - U-Bahn, S-Bahn, Tram und Bus by Clemens Hahn1
U-Bahnen : München, Hamburg, großes Special Berlin, Metros der Welt, Stadtbahnen by Thomas Hanna-Daoud
Nahverkehr in München by Martin Pabstnot in English Common Knowledge2
Nahverkehr in Hamburg: S-Bahn, Hochbahn und Tram in der Hansestadt by Frank Muthnot in English Common Knowledge5
Straßenbahn-Atlas (Strassenbahn Naverkehr Special 8) by Thilo Kreiernot in English Common Knowledge8
125 Jahre elektrische Strassenbahn by Thomas Hanna-Daoudnot in English Common Knowledge14
Trambahn anno dazumal: Von Kaiserzeit bis Wirtschaftswunder. Betriebe - Fahrzeuge - Linien by Thomas Hanna-Daoudnot in English Common Knowledge15
Strassenbahn an Rhein & Neckar: Mannheim - Ludwigshafen - Heidelberg - OEG - RHB by Frank Muthnot in English Common Knowledge17
Straßenbahn Jahrbuch 2009 by Thomas Hanna-Daoudnot in English Common Knowledge18
Strassenbahnen im Bergischen Land: Wuppertal, Remscheid, Solingen und Umland by Thomas Hanna-Daoudnot in English Common Knowledge19
Strassenbahnen in Deutschland von A - Z : alle Straßen- und Stadtbahnbetriebe im Überblick ; Geschichte, Fahrzeugpark, Betriebsinfos, Fototipps by Martin Pabstnot in English Common Knowledge20
Straßenbahn-Jahrbuch 2011 by Clemens Hahnnot in English Common Knowledge21
Nahverkehr in Berlin 1945-1990: Kriegsende - Teilung - Mauerbau - Wiedervereinigung by Thomas Hanna-Daoudnot in English Common Knowledge22
Straßenbahn-Jahrbuch 2012: Fahrzeug-Klassiker in Deutschland. Wo sie noch fahren - Wo der Abschied bevorsteht - Ausmusterungen 2011 by Martin Pabstnot in English Common Knowledge23
Straßenbahn Jahrbuch 2013 by Martin Pabstnot in English Common Knowledge24
Die Vestische : Legendäre Straßenbahn zwischen Lippe und Emscher 1901 - 1982 by Verlagshausnot in English Common Knowledge25
Straßenbahn Fahrzeugkatalog by Martin Pabstnot in English Common Knowledge27
Strassenbahn Jahrbuch 2015 by Geramondnot in English Common Knowledge28
150 Jahre Straßenbahn in Berlin: STRASSENBAHN MAGAZIN SPECIAL 29 by HOFBAUER Michaelnot in English Common Knowledge29
Straßenbahn Jahrbuch 2017 by HOFBAUER Michaelnot in English Common Knowledge31

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