Wolfram Berner

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Wolfram Berner (* 1978 in Marbach am Neckar ) is a German archivist and historian .

Berner studied history and German in Stuttgart . He then studied archival science in Marburg . From 2006 to 2014 he worked at the Baden-Württemberg State Archives in Stuttgart and Wertheim . Since 2014 he has been working alongside Thomas Schulz as a district archivist for the Ludwigsburg district . His publications deal with the history of transport and the economy in the Stuttgart region . Since 2008 he has been campaigning for the reactivation of the Bottwartalbahn as a regional light rail. The project includes the restoration of old sections of the route as well as new routes.

Wolfram Berner has played bass and guitar in the band Die Siffer he co-founded since 1994 .


  • The "prong". Urban mobility in transition. Landesarchiv Baden-Württemberg, Archive News, 40, Stuttgart 2010, p. 24.
  • The history of the Marbacher Sitzmöbelfabrik Feil KG. Ludwigsburg history sheets, 63, Ludwigsburg 2013, pp. 171–188.
  • Light railways in the Ludwigsburg district. Ludwigsburger Geschichtsblätter, 68, Ludwigsburg 2014, pp. 193–234.
  • From Sachsenross to Duck Killer: Series about the checkered history of the narrow-gauge Bottwartalbahn; the narrow-gauge Bottwartalbahn. Hie gut Württemberg, 66, Stuttgart 2015, p. 4f, p. 12, p. 23f.
  • From the power station railway to the cycle path: from the history of the connecting railway of the Marbach am Neckar power station. Remppis, Marbach 2016.
  • with Helga Becker and Hans-Joachim Knupfer: Peaceful war locomotive: the steam locomotive 99 651, Steinheim an der Murr and the Bottwartalbahn. Marbach 2016.
  • with Hans-Joachim Knupfer: The last bloom of the Bottwartalbahn: the narrow-gauge railway Marbach − Beilstein − Heilbronn 50 years ago. Ludwigsburger Geschichtsblätter, 70, Ludwigsburg 2016, pp. 207–236.
  • Fireless fire horse: from the eventful history of the former works locomotive of the Marbach am Neckar power plant. Hie gut Württemberg, 67, Stuttgart 2017, p. 15f.
  • From Bosna to Bottwar: the BEILSTEIN steam locomotive based on the Klose system. History sheets from the Bottwartal, 13, Großbottwar 2016, pp. 88–92.
  • with Hans-Joachim Knupfer: “Keep fighting”! Eisenbahn-Geschichte, 15, 81, pp. 38–45.
  • with Hans-Joachim Knupfer: Peaceful war locomotive and Saxon Upper Swabia: the steam locomotive 99 651. Württembergischer Geschichts- und Altertumsverein, Rundbrief, 23, Stuttgart 2017, pp. 27-29.
  • with Oliver Kämpf and Hans-Joachim Knupfer: TramTrain Bottwartal. Citizen Action Bottwartal, Marbach 2018, ISBN 978-3-00-059379-6 .
  • The first mention of Mondfeld in 1214. In: Wertheimer Jahrbuch 2016/2017, ed. from the Wertheim Historical Association in connection with the Wertheim State Archive, Verlag des Historisches Verein Wertheim eV, Wertheim 2018, ISSN 0511-4926, pp. 51–58.
  • With the forest train to the Hafenlohr valley ? About the project of a forestry railway in the Spessart at the end of the 19th century. In: Research on the city and county of Wertheim, Festschrift for Erich Langguth on his 95th birthday, publications by the Wertheim Historical Association, Volume 10, ed. from the Wertheim Historical Association in connection with the Wertheim State Archive, Verlag des Historisches Verein Wertheim eV, Wertheim 2018, ISBN 978-3-96049-045-6 , pp. 357–372.
  • with Hans-Joachim Knupfer, Helge Scholz (ed.): Hundred Years of Saxon VI K. Steam Railway Magazine Special, number 28, Verlag SSB Medien, Zittau 2018, ISSN 1866-2374.
  • 50 years ago: Goodbye Bottwartalbahn? In: SchmalspurFan 1/2019, Wuppertal 2019, ISSN 2511-9168, pp. 8–11.