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Tramlines to Nowhere 1989.

The same spot in 1990, minus the Outer Wall.

The Death Strip 1989.

The same spot in 1990.

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The view over no mans land to the site of Hitlers Chancellery Building on Voss Strasse.

The view in 1983 with anti-tank barriers (photo E. E. Sanders).

This mound was said to cover the remains of the bunker where Hitler died in 1945.

Border Guards on Leipziger Platz.

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Voss Strasse was one of streets sealed off in no mans land by the Wall. This was the view in 1990.

1999.

In May 1990 East Germany still existed. This is the new checkpoint on Potsdamer Platz.

This a different view of the same border crossing.

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Tramlines, but no Wall.

Pre-war sign in S-Bahn Station.

In 1995 a variety of vehicle, tank parts and aircraft were on Potsdamer Platz .

Mig 21 fighter plane

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Mig 21 fighter plane cockpit

East German Tank

The view north to the Brandenberg Gate. The red and white barrier signified the closest that most GDR citizens could get the wall.

The view south in 1995 with the red flag still flying.

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In 1995 turnstiles from the border checkpoint still remained along with fragments of the wall.

Turnstiles from the border checkpoint 1995.

Panorama view looking north to the Brandenberg Gate in 1999.

This is another view looking south. The arrow shows the piece of Wall still standing that I took photos of in 1990.

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This is a closer view of this section of the Wall, complete with remains of a watchtower.

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