Heldra is a village in the Werra-Meißner-Kreis on northeastern edge of Hesse, Germany. For administrative purposes it has been, since 1972, part of Wanfried, but the district is a rural one and Wanfried is 7 km away to the north.
The village now includes BahnhofGroßburschla . The station building is well preserved and the centre of a small settlement of some 60 inhabitants. It comprises several homes as well as a restaurant. Großburschla itself was separated from its railway station after July 1945, following the division of Germany into occupation zones and the subsequent de facto creation after 1949 of a progressively more firmly closed frontier through the middle of Germany under the terms of the Potsdam Agreement.
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