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The railway needed a station as close as possible above the Steige for the uncoupling of the pusher locomotives. Knoll chose a location about one kilometre west of Amstetten. The village at that time was, with some inhabitants, one of the smaller settlements in the Oberamt district of Geislingen.
Amstetten station had two crossing tracks and a siding. A two-storey entrance building with arched windows on the ground floor faced the track towards Geislingen. It had a turntable and a shed for storing pusher locomotives.
The station building initially stood by itself in the countryside. On maps they were listed as the Single laichingen of Neuhaus. The State Railway built a residential building for their staff at the station in and a freight shed with a caretaker apartment in An Amstetten farmer founded the Steighof in The State Railway no longer needed the turntable and removed it in The citizens of LaichingenMerklingen and Nellingen joined forces to form a railway committee in But it soon became clear that, only Laichingen could get a connection with a branch starting at any of the latter three stations.
The metre-gauge railway was opened on 20 October The WEG built a narrow gauge railway station with a turntable and a Rollbock pit on the western side of Amstetten station. The residents of Gerstetten also wanted a railway connection. Inthey founded a civic association for this purpose.
They preferred a connection via Herbrechtingen on the Brenz Railway. But inthe WEG suggested that a railway line should first be built from Amstetten to Gerstetten and then possibly extended to Herbrechtingen.
The civic association agreed to this. The first scheduled train ran on 1 July The continuation to Herbrechtingen was never built. The foundation of the Amstetten-Bahnhof settlement[ edit ] Inthe inhabitants of Neuhaus applied that their place of residence should not be considered separately as a hamlet, but instead it should also be considered as part of Amstetten.
Meanwhile, only people lived in the village and people already lived around the station. On 9 Aprilthe Ministry of Interior united the hamlet of Neuhaus, the residential area near the station and the hamlet of Steighof as Amstetten-Bahnhof "Amstetten station".
The completion of the electrification of the Eastern Railway on 1 June ended the need for the pushing of trains between Geislingen and Amstetten. The movement of heavy freight trains is an exception today. Deutsche Bundesbahn period and closure of branch lines[ edit ] After the Second World War, the local population grew almost exclusively at Amstetten-Bahnhof.
Inthe Amstetten-Bahnhof had 1, inhabitants, while people lived in Amstetten village.America's # 1 Online Retailer of Firearms, Ammunition and Accessories.
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