Old Train Stations in Berlin
Witness the Magnificent Architecture of Berlin’s Train Stations
Do you like old Train Stations and their magnificent architecture? It’s a well-known fact that Berlin only has a true Central Station (as in other German cities) since 2006. At the beginning of the the city’s industrialisation, Terminal Stations were constructed in Berlin and until only a few years ago the Station “Zooglogischer Garten” was considered to be Berlin’s Intercity Train-Station until the area of the former Lehrter Trainstation, near the Brandenburger Tor was redeveloped to become the modern Berlin Central Station with its distinctive glass hall.
Aside from Berlin’s current West-East Route, with the stations Berlin-Charlottenburg, Bahnhof Zoo, Bellevue, Hauptbahnhof, the former border station: Friedrichstraße, Bahnhof Alexanderplatz und Ostbahnhof, Berlin also has countless “forgotten” stations, such as the magnificent neoclassical Hamburger Bahnhof where the Museum of Modern Art currently resides.
Do you like the cathedrals of modernity such as the Bahnhof Berlin-Südkreuz? Each of Berlin’s countless trainstations, whether functional or cut of from the transport network and no longer maintained, each with it’s own story to tell.
Go on a journey of discovery with Berlin’s Transport Network.
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