Lierenfeld Betriebshof - (Not the first sightseeing location in Düsseldorf)


Waiting for a UPS packet turned to a great walk at the Betriebshof Lierenfled with some nice pictures!

Another packet arrived when I hadn’t been at home… I was waiting for an Action Sampler Camera and several film rolls, when I saw the UPS paper at my post box: “…it will be delivered tomorrow again or you can collect it directly at the UPS…”
When I’m waiting for new photo stuff it’s difficult for me to wait another day and so I made my way to the UPS station near Lierenfeld Betriebshof where all the trams end in the evening. Unfortunately my flash was broken and so I passed many great picture opportunities without the possibility to make a photo though the night was coming down… but I swore to me to come back again!

A few weeks later I got the next packet to be collected at the UPS, a day off at work and my beloved Diana Flash! This was a great walk, and finally I banned all great pictures!

This place has not only nice pictures to make (for example I love traffic signs and they’re all collected there) – it has also a specific history for me. A few years ago, one of my favorite nightclubs, the Cafe Rosa, had been there. It had closed at the beginning of 2009. I was a bit nostalgic when I took a photo of the rainbow flag at the old Cafe Rosa post box, one of the last remaining artifacts from the great Rosa time…

written by shoujoai on 2010-03-22 in #world #locations #cafe-rosa #dusseldorf #lierenfeld #diana-f #traffic-signs


  1. scorpie
    scorpie ·

    Ha, definitely not the first sight-seeing location, but a great one! I love pics with the signs!
    (And Cafe Rosa closed? I had no idea. A friend of mine used to DJ there sometimes... small world!)

  2. stouf
    stouf ·

    Very cool shots ! Love this mess !

  3. panelomo
    panelomo ·


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