Euroregion Elbe/Labe

Schwarzbach railway

Former narrow-gauge railway on 12 km, today a museum railway and idyllic hiking trail

The Schwarzbachbahn once ran from the railway line in the Sebnitztal through the Schwarzbachtal via Lohsdorf to Hohnstein. It was opened in 1897, shut down in 1951 and then dismantled. The clearest remnant is the Schwarzberg tunnel near the branch of the route from the Sebnitz valley. On the former route in the idyllic Schwarzbachtal from Goßdorf-Kohlmühle in the Sebnitztal to Lohsdorf, there is now a hiking trail that also leads through the two tunnels.

An active club has been trying to rebuild the route for years. So far, a few hundred meters of track has been rebuilt near Lohsdorf, on which a tourist train runs on various occasions.

Much more information about the history and current activities can be found on the association's website at .

(This is an automatic translation by Google Translator.)


Niederdorfstraße 1
01848 Hohnstein

Opening hours

Lohsdorf train station

from April to October every first Sunday of the month from 11 am to 4 pm

as well as on request


Travel days with different train sets and annual station festival


Bus stop directly at Lohsdorf train station directions_railway directions_bus

Limited parking spaces available

(This is an automatic translation by Google Translator.)

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