Enschede Noord -
Enschede Zuid -
Leeuwarden -
Hellendoorn -
Goor - Neede -
Zoutkamp -
Maastricht -
Winterswijk -
Winterswijk -
Bocholt - Borken
Quakenbrück -
BW Rheine
Rheine -
Burgsteinfurt -
Hochneukirch -
Jülich -
Franeker - Arum
Einde Dokkumer
BW Oebisfelde
Oebisfelde -
Salzwedel -
Badel -
Grootse Plannen

Only a bit further the line was above the surrounding land.

The highway A44 crosses the railroad and a small country road on a viaduct. A guardrail makes sure there can be collision between the vehicles on this busy road (which ends here) and the heavy railtraffic. Just visible on the right is a kilometerstone.

Not far past the viaduct is halting-place Titz. The platform can still be found just before the former railroad crossing.

I guess these houses have a railroadhistory too, as they are build parallel to the railroad which crossed the road here.

Maybe a former "Gasthaus" (inn), a nice ruin now anyway.

Past the road a cobblestone road is hidden beneath the grass. This can be followed for a bit...

...but soon the railway is blocked by metresheigh brambles again.

The gap in the gates and my topographic map both suggest there was a footpath between this roadcrossing and station Titz once, though it is now blocked by nature's verion of barbed wire.

The bridge across a country road near Ameln has disappeared but the bridge heads are still in good condition. Reconstruction of the road on the other (west) side of the railroad for the expanding village Ameln seems not to have threatened it.
From this point the railroad can be relatively easily followed as local kids use it as playground and this way keep a path open. Further on a cut has been made through the railroad dam for a road to access a deep gravelpit. After this point the trees have grown so large that the undergrowth is relatively easy to get through

An old pipe from the sugar factory to the settling ponds.
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