The year 1920.

The train of time stops at the station of the twenties! 

The waiting passenger of 1920 casually looks through the window upon the arriving travellers of the Orient Express and at that time you will also enter the station restaurant. Now the moment of quietness is over. However, the marble floor is freshly mopped. Travel was still stylish in those days – exactly like the porcelain dishes on the petite tables.

How about a souvenir before the train departs? How about porcelain?
Directly across the way, “Porcelain Huber” displays their latest goods in the shop window.

And something else is obvious:
even the company name above the shop window is made of porcelain. Original porcelain letters manufactured at porcelain factory Walküre, just as it was to be found at many businesses at that time.


» Please proceed to the next station in 1950