The train that connected the West to Berlin

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A remarkable railway journey has been taking place in Germany.

From the end of WWII until the end of the Cold War, a British military train ran daily from West Germany through East Germany to West Berlin.

Twenty-one years after the last journey, it began another commemorative run.

Steve Evans reports from Berlin.

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