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The Prussian Eastern Railway (German: Preußische Ostbahn) was the railway in the eastern Kingdom of Prussia until 1918. Its main route, approximately 740 kilometers (460 mi) long, connected the capital, Berlin with the cities of Danzig (Gdańsk) and Königsberg (Kaliningrad). At Eydtkuhnen (Chernyshevskoye) it reached the German Empire's border with the Russian Empire. The first part of the line opened in 1851, reaching Eydtkuhnen in 1860. By March 1880 the total route length reached 2,210 kilometers (1,370 mi), with a main parallel route in the south via Bromberg (Bydgoszcz) and Thorn (Toruń) to Insterburg (Chernyakhovsk). The lines were the first part of the later Prussian State Railways (German: Preußische Staatseisenbahnen).

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  • Preußische Ostbahn
  • Preußische Ostbahn
  • Prussian Eastern Railway
  • Pruska Kolej Wschodnia
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  • La Preußische Ostbahn (letteralmente: "Ferrovia orientale prussiana") fu la ferrovia del Prussia orientale fino al 1918. Il suo principale percorso, lungo all'incirca 740 km, collegava la capitale Berlino con le città di Danzica e Königsberg (oggi Kaliningrad). Presso Eydtkuhnen (oggi Černyševskoe) raggiungeva il confine tra Impero germanico e Impero russo.
  • Pruska Kolej Wschodnia (niem. Preußische Ostbahn) – linia kolejowa długości około 740 km, łącząca Berlin ze stolicą Prus Wschodnich – Królewcem oraz z leżącymi na granicy z Imperium Rosyjskim Ejtkunami.
  • The Prussian Eastern Railway (German: Preußische Ostbahn) was the railway in the eastern Kingdom of Prussia until 1918. Its main route, approximately 740 kilometers (460 mi) long, connected the capital, Berlin with the cities of Danzig (Gdańsk) and Königsberg (Kaliningrad). At Eydtkuhnen (Chernyshevskoye) it reached the German Empire's border with the Russian Empire. The first part of the line opened in 1851, reaching Eydtkuhnen in 1860. By March 1880 the total route length reached 2,210 kilometers (1,370 mi), with a main parallel route in the south via Bromberg (Bydgoszcz) and Thorn (Toruń) to Insterburg (Chernyakhovsk). The lines were the first part of the later Prussian State Railways (German: Preußische Staatseisenbahnen).
  • Als Preußische Ostbahn, Königlich Preußische Ostbahn oder kurz Ostbahn wurden die in staatlicher Regie betriebenen Eisenbahnstrecken in den östlichen preußischen Provinzen Brandenburg, Pommern, Posen, Westpreußen und Ostpreußen sowie deren Verbindung mit Berlin bezeichnet. Hauptstrecke war die 740 Kilometer lange Verbindung von Berlin über Königsberg bis Eydtkuhnen an der Grenze zum Russischen Kaiserreich.
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