1 Very Communist looking housing but now with satellite dishes, Peenemunde.
2 Modernised DDR era flats.
3 Unmodernised DDR flats.
4 The preserved power station at Peenemunde.
5 Ships in the harbour at Peenemunde.
6 Peenemunde harbour where coal for the power station was once offloaded.
7 U461 of the USSR navy, previously a nuclear weapon carrier.
8 V2 and power station in the sun.
9 V2, V1 and power station.
10 The view from my room at the InterCity Hotel near Berlin Hbf station. Only S Bahn trains were running during my stay. The lines in the foreground were close to allow repairs to the viaduct structure.
11 The entrance to Nordbahnhof on the U Bahn. This station was just in the former West Berlin.
12 The Berlin Wall from the western side, this part of the wall now forms part of the Berlin Wall Memorial.
13 At the memorial is this useful 3D map of the Berlin Wall in the local area showing the wall. The former East is on the right hand side of the map.
14 An aerial photo of the area.
15 The wall cut through streets as shown here, a section which has been dug up following the fall of the wall.
16 Looking at the wall from what would have been the strip between the wall facing the West and the smaller wall facing the East (behind the camera).
17 Remains of the wall which faced the East, it was of a different form to that wall facing the West.
18 Sections of the wall not in their original position.
19 Stood in the former no-mans land.
20 On the Western side of the wall.
21 Information on the setup in no-mans land designed to stop people crossing to the West.
22 A small section of the layout of the wall has been preserved/reconstructed at the Wall Memorial.
23 Berlin Wall control tower.
24 Photo displays at the Wall Memorial.
25 Remains of the church which fell in the gap between East and West, it was demolished in the mid 1980s.
26 On the right are excavated remains of buildings which once went right up to the West but were demolished to prevent people escaping from East to West.