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High-speed Route: Hanover - Kassel-wilhelmshöhe

Discussion in 'Route Suggestions & Proposals' started by BR430, Sep 30, 2020.

  1. BR430

    BR430 Member

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    Dear Sir or Madam, dear DTG-Team,

    The high-speed line Hanover – Würzburg (at least until the mid-1970s also called the Hanover – Gemünden supplementary line) is a 327-kilometer high-speed railway line
    between Hanover and Würzburg. The route, which was built between 1973 and 1991, was the longest contiguous new construction project of the Deutsche Bundesbahn. It is part of the rail network of DB Netz AG and is scheduled to run during the day from
    Daily around 110 long-distance trains at up to 280 km / h and at night by an average of 26 freight trains at up to 160 km / h.

    Since the long high-speed route of 327 kilometers would be too long for the Train Simulator, I make a suggestion that you only build half of the route (Hanover - Kassel-Wilhelmshöhe).

    Section Hannover – Göttingen:

    > The 327.4 kilometer long new line begins at 0.0 kilometer in Hanover Central Station. In a southerly direction, it follows in the Hanover city area over which (primarily at trade fairs) also served by long-distance trains
    Hannover Messe / Laatzen station at km 8 to Rethen on the existing north-south route. The two NBS tracks run between Hanover Bismarckstraße and the junction in the middle [7] between those of the old line. The high-speed route
    leaves the parallel position there without intersections and swings away from the old route in a south-westerly direction. It then crosses between Rethen and Barnten on eleven bridges totaling 1.1 kilometers in length and up to eight meters per hour
    Without dams totaling 6.9 kilometers in length, the flood areas of Leine and Innerste. At Sorsum (km 29), the Hildesheim loop is a single-track connecting curve in a southerly direction, that of trains from and
    to Berlin via Wolfsburg, Braunschweig and Hildesheim.

    When you enter the Escherberg tunnel and two other tubes, the route leaves the North German Plain and passes the Hildesheim Forest. Between Sibbesse and Bad Gandersheim the route follows the course of a valley without
    larger engineering structures, before the Leinegraben is reached after another six tunnels and five valley bridges and the high-speed line at Edesheim again swings into a parallel position with the north-south line. There is at
    km 77 the possibility of changing from and to the old route in both directions. Northeim is bypassed to the west, at Nörten-Hardenberg station at km 89 there is another possibility to change tracks with the old line.
    The Göttingen train station is reached at kilometer 99.

    Section Göttingen – Kassel:

    > In the section between the Göttingen and Kassel-Wilhelmshöhe train stations, the route largely follows the straight line. Almost 21 kilometers of the 44-kilometer section run in tunnels, including 10,525 meters
    long Mündener Tunnel (km 121), the second longest tube in Germany.

    At the level of the Fulda valley bridge at Kragenhof (km 133), the high-speed line will be parallel to the north-south route, which it will follow for nine kilometers to the southern outskirts of Kassel. The route happens
    western edge of the Kassel marshalling yard and reaches the Kassel-Wilhelmshöhe station at kilometer 144. The new station built as part of the high-speed line bypasses the Kassel Hauptbahnhof terminus.
    In the Kassel area, the route runs for around 15 kilometers, bundling traffic routes with existing routes.

    For the sparsely populated but topographically very turbulent section between Göttingen and the state border north of Kassel, the highest costs per kilometer were incurred during the construction phase. The high-speed route runs in this
    Section past towns at a distance of about 700 to 1000 meters, a large part of the route is already in tunnels in which the up to 400 meter high elevations between Göttingen and Kassel are crossed. Exceptions
    are the Göttingen districts of Grone and Groß Ellershausen, for which noise protection measures had to be built.

    Mileage stations / bridges and tunnels: lines
    0.000 km Hannover Hbf
    3.200 km Hanover Bismarckstrasse (Bft) S1, S2, S4, S5, S21, S51
    6.992 km Hannover-Wülfel (until 1977 Pbf) -
    7.984 km Hannover Messe / Laatzen (Bft) ICE, RE2, S1
    13,500 km Laatzen Ritterkamp (Üst) -
    Sarstedt (station)
    18,100 km
    21.0 km Barnten (station) S4
    25,300 Escherde (station)
    25.7 from / to Hildesheim
    28.2 B 1 = federal road
    29,450 Sorsum (Abzw)
    29.5 Escherberg tunnel (3,687 m)
    34,400 Diekholzen (Üst)
    34.9 Eichenberg Tunnel (1,157 m)
    36.8 Eggebergtunnel (332 m)
    43,000 Almstedt (station)
    45.8 Kassemühle Viaduct (690 m)
    48,300 networks (Üst)
    48.5 Riesberg Tunnel (1,322 m)
    54,800 Gehrenrode (Üst)
    56.2 Ohlenrode valley bridge (968 m)
    58.0 Helleberg tunnel (1,641 m)
    60.0 Mahmilch Viaduct (200 m)
    60.6 Wadenberg tunnel (420 m)
    62,200 Orxhausen (station)
    63.4 Hopfenberg Tunnel (728 m)
    Auetal bridge (1,056 m),
    64.3
    Kreiensen – Osterode (Harz) route
    66.6 Sohlberg tunnel (1,729 m)
    68,900 Ahlshausen (Üst)
    69.5 Krieberg tunnel (2,994 m)
    74.7 from Hanover with the regional train
    77.335 Edesheim (Leine) (Abzw)
    78.4 Rhumebrücke (554 m), Rhumebrücke (91 m)
    81.7 to Ottbergen
    82.200 Sudheim (ÜSt 1987-2017)
    90,105 Nörten-Hardenberg
    93.4 Bovender cover (400 m)
    95.8 route from Bodenfelde
    99.445 Göttingen HBF (station) 12, ICE, IC, NJ, RB, RB7, RB8, RB85, RE, RE2
    Bundesstrasse 3
    former Gartetalbahn to Duderstadt (narrow gauge)
    former route to Eichenberg (until 1922)
    rope
    Route to Eichenberg (from 1922)
    102,000 Göttingen Siekweg (Abzw)
    103.6 A 7
    105.1 Grundbach valley bridge (450 m)
    106.5 Mengershausen (Üst)
    108.4 Leinebuschtunnel (1,740 m)
    110.7 Endelskamp tunnel (673 m)
    112,000 Jühnde (depot)
    112.7 Mackenrodt tunnel (849 m)
    14.4 Rauhub tunnel (5,210 m)
    13.800 regional border north / center
    120,000 Lippoldshausen (Üst)
    120.5 Werra Valley Bridge Hedemünden (415 m)
    121.0 Mündener Tunnel (10,525 m)
    124,217 Kattenbühl (Üst)
    130.009 Lutterberg (Üst)
    131.5 Hanover Southern Railway from Göttingen
    131.8 Mühlenkopf tunnel (1,345 m)
    Fuldatalbrücke Kragenhof (250 m)
    Lower Saxony / Hesse state border
    134.2 Lohberg tunnel (1,072 m)
    134, 475 Fuldatal-Ihringshausen
    Vellmar-Niedervellmar
    Vellmar-Niedervellmar (Abzw)
    Line from Warburg
    140.434 Kassel Northwest A (Abzw)
    Kassel Rbf North
    B 251 (Wolfhager Strasse, three bridges)
    141.600 Kassel Northwest B (Abzw / Bft)
    142.300 Kassel Werkekreuzung (Dkst)
    Kassel Rbf
    Hannöversche Südbahn to Kassel Hbf
    Route to Kassel Unterstadt
    Main-Weser-Bahn from Kassel Hbf
    Warburg – Kassel line
    Berlin bridge
    Wilhelmshöher Allee
    144, 175 Kassel-Wilhelmshöhe (station) ICE, IC, RB, RB5, RE, RE9, RE11 (RRX)
    [end]



    Abbreviations: Abzw = junction
    Bft = station part
    Dkst = cover agency
    Üst = transfer point



    This route would be your first high-speed route in the range. I put a link to the route here, in which you can display the pictures in the box on the right for bridges and tunnels how they look: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schnellfahrstrecke_Hannover–W% C3% BCrzburg

    I would be very happy if you could build this track for the TS2021 next

    Best regards

    BR430
     
  2. budtheweiser

    budtheweiser Active Member

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    Great Idea for this route to be on the game
     

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