After a leisurely hotel breakfast, we wrapped up warm and set off to the nearby U Bahn station at Hauptbahnhof from where we travelled the short distance to Willy-Brandt Plaza. From there, we transferred to a No.12 tram which had conveniently just arrived as we were approaching the tram stop.
Inside the Frankfurt Transport Museum
It was then a 20 minute journey to the end of the line at Rheinlandstrass / Schwanheim the home of the Frankfurt Transport Museum. Readers of my blog will already know that I have a special interest in transport museums and always like to visit themwherever I’m travelling. The Frankfurt Transport Museum is located in the original tram depot next to the tram stop and we received a warm and friendly welcome as we walked through the door. Admission is a modest €3 (€2 concessions), which is excellent value as there is so…
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