The last stop on the way from Zittau to Jonsdorf and simultaneously the terminal station of the section Bertsdorf - Jonsdorf is the station Jonsdorf. Since
1934 the village had had the official name 'Health-resert'. In 1890 - the year of the opening of the line - you found here only a wooden shelter. In its prime time the station had
four tracks, two platforms (track 1 + 2) as well as a shed siding (track 4) running to the goods shed. The rails of the shed siding were removed in 1962. In addition to the single
track there is an engine line today. In 1913 the station building (450 meters above sea level) was built 'quarters' and an open waiting room. In 1938 the waiting room was
reconstructed and full integrated in the building. There were plans to extend the track from Jonsdorf to Cvikov (Bohemian Zwickau). But these plans haven't never been
realized. More interesting facts to 'Jonsdorf Station' you can get in
of our broschures. Actually the station building is private property of our club member Herr Neidhardt. He renewed the
building with great enthusiasm. Remarkably, the station clock renewed by him is a real eye catcher. Now family Neidhardt has a little nice
pension 'Zum Bahnel'
in the Jonsdorf station building today. In 2007 the goods shed was reconstructed.
The swich in dircetion of Bertsdorf.
The swich in dircetion of Jonsdorf.
The station building, build in 1913.
The reconstructed goods shed
The end of the section to Jonsdorf.