Documents gallery West Berlin rails to West Germany. Copyright released for use in British military veterans websites only. U.S. “Duty Train” car diagrams. British dining car menu – side 1. British dining car menu – side 2. Berlin transit ticket for “U-Bahn Only” travel. 1970 Deutsche Reichsbahn map of Berlin’s divided S-Bahn network. 1970 – Class schedule for “Recon” patrols. Photo released for publicity purposes by Allied Artists. “Stop Train 349” film starred Sean Flynn, Jose Ferrer and Nicole Courcel. In the dramatized version, Sean Flynn played the part of “Lieutenant Novak” of Berlin Brigade. In the real-life incident, Lt. Norbert Grabowski of Berlin Brigade and later a BUSVMA member (+/d. 2006) dealt with a confrontation at Marienborn. Publicity for “Stop Train 349” showed communications with Berlin Brigade headquarters in the clear, unencrypted. Publicity for “Stop Train 349” shows GDR police with escape-attempter. Ad appeared in a monthly magazine aimed at American service members, their families, U.S. government employees and visiting Americans. In addition to the Berlin military and civiian interzone trains, a small number of interzone trains linked the two Germanies. When the Army holds a picnic. French films – classic and contemporary – were available at subsidized low prices. The Maison de France was blown up in 1983 by an associate of “Carlos the Jackal.” Leave travel from Berlin made getting out complicated. Front side of Army train ticket. Reverse side of Army train ticket. Carried this grim document when visiting France. Appointed as a rail station agent. Paperwork from the U.S. Army to the British Army. Monthly 3-line transit pass Reverse side of 1970-71 Berlin bus pass. My maiden voyage on the Duty Train. It’s not easy being green.