Bahnbetriebswerk Pankow
Roundhouse, turntable, abandoned trains, this site has got it all

the name “Bahnbetriebswerk Pankow Heinersdorf” is used to describe the whole Trainyard area, the 2 larger buildings which actually housed the trains (for servicing) are called Roundhouses. In German there are 4 different terms (of course) to more accurately describe the buildings:

Lokschuppen – is the general term to describe the Building in which a train is serviced.
Rechteckschuppen – A box type building
Rundhaus – a circular building with a central turntable
Ringschuppen – a semi circular building with a large central turntable

Category: Train spotting
Track type: Standard gauge
Open to public: Yes
Location: Germany
Langauge: English
Address: Bahnbetriebswerk Pankow Heinersdorf Berlin, germany

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