Synonyms for hersbruck or Related words with hersbruck

ehingen              schwerte              reinheim              schwandorf              kitzingen              hermsdorf              eberswalde              beilngries              rottweil              menden              oebisfelde              siegburg              guben              hauzenberg              oschatz              grevenbroich              grimma              kronach              eppingen              bretten              nidderau              freyung              friedrichsthal              holzkirchen              erlbach              neuenburg              freinsheim              bischofswerda              balingen              herbertingen              feldkirchen              schongau              kamenz              lebach              dieburg              wurzen              sonneberg              neumarkt              finnentrop              heppenheim              waiblingen              andernach              weilheim              haiger              wunsiedel              borken              radebeul              frankenthal              rathenow              luckenwalde             

Examples of "hersbruck"
During the Nazi Regime, Hersbruck was a subsidiary camp of Flossenbürg concentration camp. The camp had about 10,000 prisoners, about 4,000 of them died in Hersbruck.
The connecting line is now used by Regional-Express services on the Nuremberg–Hersbruck (rechts Pegnitz)–Neukirchen (b. Sulzbach-Rosenberg)–Neustadt an der Waldnaab / Schwandorf routes. These run from Nuremberg to Hersbruck on the Right Pegnitz line with some trains to Bayreuth and Marktredwitz uncoupled in Hersbruck. Diesel multiple units of class 610 (Pendolino) and 612 (RegioSwinger tilting trains) are used on the line.
Hersbruck is a small town in Middle Franconia, Bavaria, Germany, belonging to the district Nürnberger Land. It is best known for the late-gothic artwork of the Hersbruck altar, the "Hirtenmuseum" and the landscape of the "Hersbrucker Schweiz".
A physician, he practised at Hersbruck. A celebrated botanist, he had a very species-rich herbarium.
He was born at Etzelwang in the Upper Palatinate and died at Hersbruck, near Nuremberg.
In the Middle Ages the town was situated on the Golden Route from Nuremberg to Prague, which brought prosperity to Hersbruck. In 1297 Hersbruck was given municipal rights, after 1504 the town belonged to the area of the free imperial town Nuremberg and in 1806 became Bavarian. Hersbruck was the birthplace, in 1673, of Jacob Paul von Gundling, the famous and unfortunate historian at the court of Brandenburg-Prussia.
Neighboring municipalities and communities (to the north going clockwise) are: Pommelsbrunn, Alfeld, Lauterhofen, Offenhausen, Engelthal, and Hersbruck.
Regional-Express (RE) services operate on the Nuremberg–Neukirchen–Schwandorf / Neukirchen–Weiden–Neustadt route between Nuremberg and Hersbruck, running on the Right Pegnitz line and then switching via the Hersbruck–Pommelsbrunn link to the Left Pegnitz line at Pommelsbrunn. Some services run as coupled sets to Neukirchen, and then run separately towards Neustadt and towards Schwandorf. Most operate from Nuremberg to Hersbruck separately or together with a train set that is uncoupled at Hersbruck to continue to Bayreuth. In the opposite direction, the trains from Weiden and Schwandorf were generally coupled in Neukirchen before proceeding to Nuremberg. Twice a day services of the "Bayern-Böhmen-Express" run on the route from Nuremberg via Schwandorf and Furth im Wald to Prague; it uses the Pegnitz Right line to Hersbruck. The Czech express trains are hauled by class 223 locomotives.
In Hersbruck the Deutsches Hirtenmuseum, the only museum in Germany which shows the working and living conditions of herdsmen.
Jacob Paul Freiherr von Gundling (19 August 1673, Hersbruck – 11 April 1731, Potsdam) was a German historian.
The line formed the trunkline of the Bavarian Eastern Railway together with a section of the Nuremberg–Schwandorf line from Nuremberg to Hersbruck, opened on 9 May 1859, the Hersbruck–Schwandorf–Regensburg section (between Schwandorf and Regensburg this is now considered part of the Regensburg–Hof line), opened on 12 December 1859, and the Geiselhöring–Straubing section, also opened on 12 December 1859.
In December 2010, S-Bahn services were extended beyond Hersbruck to Hartmannshof. The route between Lauf und Hersbruck was equipped with a second track and was electrified from Lauf to Hartmannshof. All stations along the route were rebuilt to S-Bahn standard (140 m long with 76 cm high platforms) and provided with barrier-free access. A new station was established in Happurg (between Hersbruck and Pommelsbrunn), the former passenger train halt in Pommelsbrunn was abandoned and replaced on 4 December 2010 by a new halt 500 m to the east. The cost for the S-Bahn extension amounted to approximately € 55 million.
Hersbruck was founded in 976 when a castle was built there near a bridge. The name probably comes from "Haderihesprucga", the bridge of Haderich.
The line begins at Hersbruck (rechts Pegnitz) station and runs in an easterly direction parallel with the two-track Nuremberg–Cheb line to a level crossing with the road connecting Hersbruck and Hohenstadt. It then climbs a ramp onto an embankment and turn at the beginning of the village of Hohenstadt to the southeast, first crossing the Pegnitz and then federal highway B14 and meets the Nuremberg–Schwandorf line at Pommelsbrunn depot, a former station, now without passenger facilities.
The line is double track from Nuremberg to Marktredwitz and single track from Marktredwitz to Cheb and is not electrified for its whole length. The line has three tracks from the 27.7 km mark (Hersbruck (rechts Pegnitz) station) to the 29.5 km mark, where the Hersbruck–Pommelsbrunn line branches off. This section has bi-directional signalling.In addition, bi-directional signalling is installed between Rückersdorf and Neunkirchen am Sand and between Vorra and Neuhaus.
The district was established in 1972 by merging the former districts of Nuremberg, Hersbruck and Lauf, reuniting for the first time since 1789 most of the former lands of the Imperial City of Nuremberg.
The Hersbruck–Pommelsbrunn railway is a 5.4 km long mainline railway in the German state of Bavaria, which connects the Nuremberg–Cheb and Nuremberg–Schwandorf lines to each other.
In addition, Regional-Express services run on the Nuremberg–Pegnitz–Bayreuth / Marktredwitz–Hof / Cheb routes with class 610 and 612 DMUs. The various Regional-Express services are operated with train portions separating or merging at Hersbruck and Pegnitz stations.
In early April 1945, with the approach of US and UK forces, the Hersbruck camp was evacuated by the Germans and the survivors had to move towards southern Bavaria with so-called death marches.
Melanie Skotnik (formerly Melfort; born 8 November 1982 in Hersbruck, West Germany) is a French-German high jumper. She holds both German and French citizenship through her parentage and represented Germany until 2004. She retired in June 2016.