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Bochum-Gelsenkirchener Straßenbahnen (BOGESTRA)

Operational

City: Bochum (Germany).
Total route length: 86.2 km (53.6 miles).

Track gauge: 1000 mm (metre gauge).
Opened: November 23, 1894.
Closed: April 10, 1945 because of World War II.
Reopened: May 22, 1945.

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Tram museums in Bochum

Verkehrshistorische Arbeitsgemeinschaft der BOGESTRA (VhAG)
Open regularly

Tram lines in operation

107Bochum tram line 107
Operational

301Gelsenkirchen tram line 301: Gelsenkirchen Hbf - Essener Str.
Operational

302Bochum tram line 302: Langendreer - Buer Rathaus
Operational

305Bochum tram line 305: Langendreer - Höntrop Kirche
Operational

306Bochum tram line 306: Hauptbahnhof - Wanne-Eickel Hbf
Operational

308Bochum tram line 308
Operational

310Bochum tram line 310: Höntrop Kirche - Heven Dorf
Operational

318Bochum tram line 318: Dahlhausen - Schürbankstr.
Operational

309Bochum extra line 309
Operational

316Bochum extra line 316
Operational

Bochum extra line 301E
Operational

Discontinued tram lines

Bochum tram line 11
Closed

Bochum tram line 12
Closed

Bochum tram line 16
Closed

Bochum tram line 17
Closed

Bochum tram line 28
Closed

Bochum tram line 30
Closed

Bochum tram line 320
Closed

Bochum-Gelsenkirchener Straßenbahnen (BOGESTRA) stops

Bochum Rathaus, Buer Rathaus, Dahlhausen, Hamme Kirche, Hauptbahnhof Bochum, Heven Dorf, Höntrop Kirche, Langendreer, Schürbankstraße, Vonovia Ruhrstadion, and Wanne-Eickel Hbf.


Bochum-Gelsenkirchener Straßenbahnen (BOGESTRA) route map

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Current trams in operation

Articulated tram: 305, 325, 339, 355.

Low-floor articulated tram: 404, 419.

Former trams in operation

Articulated tram: 263, 272.

Museum tram: 96.

Railcar: 185.

Service vehicle: 685.

Sidecar: 103, 297.

Århus Sporveje (ÅS)
Closed

Sidecar: 42.

Bergischen Museumsbahnen (BMB)
Open regularly

Railcar: 96.

Service vehicle: 685.

Hannoversches Straßenbahn-Museum (HSM)
Open regularly

Sidecar: 103.

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Bochum-Gelsenkirchener Straßenbahnen (BOGESTRA)
Language: German.

Verkersverbund Rhein-Ruhr (VRR)
Language: English, German.

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Last updated: February 9, 2024.