Agger Valley Railway

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Agger Valley Railway (Aggertalbahn) is the established name of two railway lines in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia:

  • the Siegburg–Olpe railway, the historic Agger Valley Railway that is now only open between Overath and Dieringhausen,
  • the Cologne-Kalk–Overath railway that extended the above-mentioned line in 1910 in order to provide a direct link from Cologne and which then left the valley of the Agger river.