South of Zealand are som larger islands, which railroad
system became connected to the rest of Denmark by a ferry line. The
line began sailing in 1884.
The line was going from the little island, Madsnedø just
south of Vordingborg (Zealand) to a point, Orehoved, at the island Falster.
The trip lasted about 30 minutes.
The line became important because the area had a growing
trades and industries.
In 1903 a railroad ferry line began sailing between Gedser,
the southernmost point of Denmark, and Warnemünde in Germany. Copenhagen
got a railroadconnection to Berlin in Germany.