& Wiesbaden 2012
Just a few pictures of the buildings we saw on the City Safari to Mainz & Wiesbaden.
Researched and led by Sue Constable.
Images by Barry LeJeune.
|Safariists enjoying a metre of beer!|
|A Medieval doorway in the Altstadt|
|The former Brauerei Schofferhof (1889), Mainz|
|The Drusustein of Roman origin, which served as a watchtower until the 16th century|
|The original entrance to the Mainz tram depot (complete with company name) now graces the new depot|
|Printing equipment in the Gutenburg Museum, Mainz|
|In front of the cathedral, Mainz|
|Looking out over the Rhine|
|The Nerobergbahn (1888), Wiesbaden|
|The funicular railway uses water to balance the weight of the two cars. Here the conductor opens the control valve at the top station|
|The party inspect (and taste) the hot springs for which Weisbaden is famous|
|Inside the Kurhaus (spa building)|