Construction site on the Zugspitze: A cable car is being built that will transport up to 1,000 people to the summit every hour.
Dimensions: 17.7 x 24.1 cm
IMS SKU: SCAN-UNAR-03371781
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OCR computer generated text:
Honorarpflichtiges Bild! dpa Fotoreport
MUNO1 v. 26.07.92
MIT DER SEILBAHN AUF DEN GIPFEL DER ZUGSPITZE
Die 2 964 Meter hohe Zugspitze ist derzeit Deutschlands
höchste Baustelle. Für 25 Millionen Mark entsteht dort
eine neue Seilbahn, die den Endpunkt der Zahnradbahn auf
dem Plateau mit dem Gipfel verbinden wird. Nach der
Inbetriebnahme Ende 1992 können stündlich bis zu 1 000
Personen nach oben befördert werden.
A2585 Leonhardt Frank
55 - bi
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