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The history of rail transport in Germany dates back to the 16th century. The earliest form of railroads, railcars , was developed in Germany in the 16th century. The modern history of German railways officially began with the opening of the Ludwig steam-powered Bavarian Railway between Nuremberg and Fürth on 7 December 1835 . This was preceded by the opening of the Prince William Horse Railway on 20 September 1831. The distance railway was the Leipzig-Dresden Railway, built on 7 April 1839. History of rail transport in Germany -The predecessor of the railway in Germany, as in England, is mainly associated with the mining industry. Mine carts were used for transportation underground, initially using wooden rails, and were driven either by a guide pin between the rails or by flanges on the wheels. The wagonway operation was illustrated in Germany in 1556 by Georgius Agricola (image right) in his work De re Metallica . This line used «Hund» bogies with flanged wheels moving on wooden planks, and a vertical pin on the bogie inserted into the gap between the planks to keep it moving properly. The miners named the wagons Hunde («dogs») because of the noise they made on the tracks. Such cars soon became very popular in Europe. History of rail transport in Germany  


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