Honouring Berlin’s Workhorse

I wrote about the graffiti hoofprints that appeared around Berlin in 2006 in If Wishes Were Horses, but I didn’t know about these on Reichenbergerstrasse. A permanent memorial to the trammers of the city, maybe?

2 thoughts on “Honouring Berlin’s Workhorse

  1. This could be, like the Mauerhasen on upper Invalidenstr., an official artwork, and there’s a page documenting them, but I’m damned if I can remember where it is. That is to say, the rabbits were partially supported by the city, and, thus, were recorded along with the artist’s name. If I can think of how I found this out (it might be on my old blog), I’ll let you know.

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