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PostSubject: Re: Hamburg Altona Station RTO   26/11/2014, 16:27

Tone

Thanks for your latest input which brIngs back memories of my trainspotting days in BAOR in the 1950s

Did you ever have dealings with the special train for King Alfred School Ploen which stopped in Hamburg HBF to drop off/collect 40 or so pupils whose father's were stationed in the Hamburg area at the beginning and end of every term?

Incidentally I believe the Blue Train empty to and from Fallingbostel/Hannover in the last years of existence there being no sevicing facilities for either the locomotive or rolling stock in EFFing B
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PostSubject: Re: Hamburg Altona Station RTO   27/11/2014, 11:29

Looks a little different to my last visit in 1965 Hamburg trains & planes

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PostSubject: Re: Hamburg Altona Station RTO   29/6/2016, 21:17

Towards the end of 1958, the BLUE train ceased running to Hamburg. After Bremen it then ran through to Hannover where it was serviced. We airmen in Hamburg were then required to travel down to Bremen to meet and greet the morning BLUE train to the Hook around 10 am. This was a single man duty shared amongst five of us. I actually logged 41 return trips in uniform. Having waved off the Hook , we then had to keep ourselves amused until the service from the Hook arrived late afternoon.. Most of us took the opportunity to visit the NAAFI in Delmenhorst. My two years were up in April 1959. I cannot be sure but I believe 86 Movement Unit moved out some time in 1961..
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PostSubject: Re: Hamburg Altona Station RTO   29/6/2016, 23:02

Tone587 wrote:
Towards the end of 1958, the BLUE train ceased running to Hamburg. After Bremen it then ran through to Hannover where it was serviced. We airmen in Hamburg were then required to travel down to Bremen to meet and greet the morning BLUE train to the Hook around 10 am. This was a single man duty shared amongst five of us. I actually logged 41 return trips in uniform. Having waved off the Hook , we then had to keep ourselves amused until the service from the Hook arrived late afternoon.. Most of us took  the opportunity to visit the NAAFI in Delmenhorst. My two years were up in April 1959.  I cannot be sure but I believe 86 Movement Unit moved out some time in 1961..


The Military rail/sea service operated both from the UK and Germany on a Mon, Wed, and Fri, with ultimate destination
arrival the following day. You would have had to spend the night in Bremen.
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PostSubject: Re: Hamburg Altona Station RTO   30/6/2016, 11:30

Brian, Tone

To dot the eyes/cross the tees

The Blue train was diverted beyond Soltau to Hannover following the closure of Hamburg Garrison and the majority of the British Army presence in Schleswig Holstein. It officially terminated/started at Fallingbostel but loco and empty coaches were based in Hannover It continued to stop at Langwedel (for Verden and Nienburg) between Bremen and Soltau.
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PostSubject: Re: Hamburg Altona Station RTO   11/7/2016, 15:11

JPW.............A very good day to you and all others looking in.

As you know I was at King Alfred School. Plon from 1952/54 .My two sisters and I used the Train to go back and forth to School.My father was then based in Hameln.
So which would have been the train we used  and I should like to know the route taken.I do have a good memory but this one escapes me. confused
I remember it seemed to take for ever to get there.
However They were happy days.

Hoping you can help out.

Regards to you and all others looking in.
John.
Oxford.


P/s  Ref my promised reports  & photos on The Oxfordshire Repatriation Parades.
I still await permission to use some early photos. Sorry but it will happen.
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PostSubject: Re: Hamburg Altona Station RTO   12/7/2016, 08:35

John,

It was the Green Train that went to Hameln. It was a slow route, I traveled on it to Paderborn.

Brian
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PostSubject: Re: Hamburg Altona Station RTO   12/7/2016, 08:54

John

Are you after details of the BAOR Troop trains or the KAS version? Have details of both
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PostSubject: Re: Hamburg Altona Station RTO   12/7/2016, 09:03

Brian/John

Thank you both for your reply's


Brian.........If I might ask,when were you @ KAS please. and where in Paderborn.

John........In fact I would just like the KAS train routes please.

Thank you both again and regards to you both and all others looking in.

P/s...Are we going to get a SUMMER this year
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John.Oxford..
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PostSubject: Re: Hamburg Altona Station RTO   13/7/2016, 09:31

John, I spent a short time at Normandy Barracks in Sennelager, a few minutes from Paderborn, before being posted to German/Netherlands border near Munchen Gladbach. The only train I ever travelled on was the the Green one. Brian
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