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Glass train. (1937)

Film-document №68055 2 parts, Duration: 0:18:08.657, Black-white to collection Price category G

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Director: Norman Diks /Norman Dix/

Reel №1

Germany.

A documentary about the trip by mountain railway from Munich to Innsbruck.

Train Berlin-Munich, a married couple says goodbye to the man from the train window.

When sending the husband falls hat.

Station Munich.

Spouses give luggage porter, and with it go in the hat shop, porter advised to buy a hat in an Alpine style.

The traffic on the Munich city hall, church.

Tram goes through the city, passing through the arch.

In the area a lot of pigeons, the couple fed them out of hand, holding a bag of seeds.

Pantheon, are wreaths.

The building is an art gallery.

Spouses suited to showcase saw a poster about the journey to the "Glass Train" and timetable, they decide to go.

From out of the tunnel the train, the first model of the "glass" train 1865, the conductor in the form of old standing on the platform.

The modern "glass" train preparing for a trip, railway officials inspect the car, check the box.

Spouses among the train passengers.

Types Alps from a train window

Key words

Germany, traveling, family, city, urban transport, railway, attractions, church, birds, trade, museum

Reel №2

Germany.

Mountain views from the windows, flashing station.

On the track are skiers.

The town of Garmisch-Partenkirchen, the next station.

House in snow on winter road wheeled sled pulled by a horse.

Mittenwald Train Station, the men removed the snow lopatmmi.

Seefeld station, station employees escorted the train.

The movement of trains up through the tunnels.

Arrival in Instbruk through the railway bridge.

City lights at dusk.

Masked Ball at the restaurant.

The orchestra, dancing couples.

Around hanging Christmas tinsel, guests throw streamers

Key words

Germany, mountains, railroad, bridge, city, restaurant, festivals