Rail Away 2: Germany - Mosel and Mosel Wine Railway

In this episode Rail Away will travel along the German river Moselle. The starting point is Trier which was more than 2000 years ago the second city in the Roman Empire and therefore also the oldest city in Germany. In Trier many things still remind of the Romans, including the famous black gate: The Porta Nigra. The Romans also started to cultivate wine yards along the Moselle. During the train ride, the train will thus cross many vineyards. In Bullay we take the diesel train to the famous Moselle town of Traben Trarbach. Then we continue the train journey from Bullay to the final destination Koblenz.

This version is Dutch spoken.

Credits: Evangelische Omroep (EO)