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Bromberg to Warsaw
12020-10-27T00:30:04-04:00Kelly O'Neilldc20b45f1d74122ba0d654d19961d826c5a557f591detail from the map of European Russia, Baedeker's Russia, Beineke editionplain2020-10-27T00:30:04-04:00Kelly O'Neilldc20b45f1d74122ba0d654d19961d826c5a557f5
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12020-11-10T15:44:59-05:00Departure from Berlin10It is 251 miles and 6.5 hours via Bromberg and Thorn to a place called Alexandrovo. By then we will have crossed the imperial border. I am armed with rubles.plain2021-01-21T13:13:16-05:0010/10/2020 15:4052.52437, 13.41053Our express train departed Berlin. It is 251 miles and 6.5 hours via Bromberg and Thorn to a place called Alexandrovo.
By then we will have crossed the imperial border. I am armed with rubles.
12020-10-26T22:34:45-04:00Stage 1: Berlin to Warsaw8image_header2020-10-27T00:31:20-04:00This stage runs 392 miles from Berlin to Warsaw via Bromberg and Alexandrovo. The express train will take 11.5 hours and cost 52 German marks 80 pfennig.
6.5 of those hours, and 140 of those miles will take us as far as Alexandrovo - the first stop after crossing the imperial border.