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i was out seeing a friend and de-toured to this industrial gem.
There is a wonderful free entry museum with a friendly lady, and there are two small places to eat.
Key is the construction and its histroy, planned long ago, finished 1934, survived all...More
As many other reviewers already pointed out, the ship lift is an impressive piece of engineering which is definitely worth a visit (just a an hours' drive from central Berlin). The visitors' walkway will lead you up to the actual lift where you can walk...More
Eighty years on and this is still an engineering masterpiece. The adjacent concrete replacement is due to take over - or at least become operational - in the not too distant future but in the meantime make the most of this marvel of German engineering...More
Built in 1934, the Boat Lift Niederfinow still carries over 10 thousand boats a year - with the water under them. It was amazing to see this huge construction. I've never imagined anything like this exists.
If you drove there you can drop in to...More
Α feat of engineering with great usefulness in life along the river.This project is one of the most important works that I have seen in my life and while it is very well maintained.Bravo to Niederfinow
It's impressive to see the enormous ship elevator working. We didn't go up the stairs but had a look from below. You could see the elevator working quite good from there.
It's worth a visit when you are in the area.
The boat lift (Schiffshebewerk) Niederflow is a technological marvel considering that it it is continually in use since it was built more than 80 years ago. It is definitely worth a visit so join the crowd of locals and tourists if you are in the...More
The boat lift is situated not very far from the Poland boarder. It is a fascinating steel building where also rather big ships can be lifted high up Before they continue the trips.
Parking is not freee...
For a very small fee you can climb up the slope and steps to the upper canal platform and watch the boats being loaded into a huge basin of water and then being lifted or lowered 36 meters. It is real marvel to behold. My...More