Train Tunnel sheltered Hermans Göring’s Stolen Art Train – Berchtesgaden Germany


This train tunnel was built during the Second World War and was supposed to connect Berchtesgaden to Salzburg in Austria. The rail was partly finished at the end of the war. The tunnel was used as bomb shelter. When the U.S. Army liberated Berchtesgaden they found Göring’s luxury train inside packed with stolen art.
In 2015 there was a construction site in front of the train tunnel.
Herman Göring was a great art collector or robber of art, besides this train loads of art was found in his houses.

Train Tunnel sheltered Hermans Göring’s Stolen Art Train – Berchtesgaden Germany
Train Tunnel sheltered Hermans Göring’s Stolen Art Train – Berchtesgaden Germany
Train Tunnel sheltered Hermans Göring’s Stolen Art Train – Berchtesgaden Germany
Train Tunnel sheltered Hermans Göring’s Stolen Art Train – Berchtesgaden Germany

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As you can see the train tunnel is sealed off. you can walk up to the fence and peek inside but there is nothing of interest here.

 

 



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