The line of 1.9 kilometres (1.2 mi) goes around a lake called Auensee (formed in 1909, from a gravel pit, the material used to build Leipzig Central Station).
The line opened on 5 August 1951, the second children's railway in the DDR. The railway survived the end of the DDR, and continues its original intention, the education and instruction of children.
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