Berlin Brandenburger Tor station
Berlin Brandenburger Tor – Berlin Unter den Linden – is an underground railway station in the central Mitte district of Berlin, located on the Unter den Linden boulevard near Hotel Adlon, Pariser Platz and Brandenburg Gate. It is served by U-Bahn, as well as local bus lines; the station opened on 27 July 1936 in the course of the building of the Nord-Süd Bahn tunnel. Train service discontinued on 21 April 1945 and could not be resumed until 2 December 1946 as the tunnel was flooded; the station was again closed with the construction of the Berlin Wall on 13 August 1961 and for decades became one of Berlin's ghost stations, as while both terminals of the Nord-Süd railway line were located in West Berlin, the station itself was located in the East. Unter den Linden reopened on 1 September 1990, following the German reunification. On completion of the new U55 line of the Berlin U-Bahn from Berlin Hauptbahnhof, the U-bahn station started operations as its temporary southern terminus and as an interchange with the Nord Süd S-Bahn lines.
Both the U-Bahn and the S-Bahn station have been renamed Brandenburger Tor in 2009 to distinguish them from Unter den Linden, a planned U-Bahn station at the junction of Unter den Linden with the Friedrichstraße. Berlin Unter den Linden station Media related to Berlin Unter den Linden station at Wikimedia Commons Station information
Blaschkoallee (Berlin U-Bahn)
Blaschkoallee is a Berlin U-Bahn station located on the U7. Opened in 1963 with the planned name "Buschkrug"; the next station is Parchimer Allee
Amrumer Straße (Berlin U-Bahn)
Amrumer Straße is a Berlin U-Bahn station located on the U 9. It was opened in 1961 and constructed by B. Grimmek; the name of the nearby hospital, Rudolf Virchow Hospital, was part of the name until the end of the 1980s. Today it is still an important station for visitors of the hospital
Alt-Tegel (Berlin U-Bahn)
Alt-Tegel is a Berlin U-Bahn station located on the U 6. It was constructed by B. Grimmek and opened as "Tegel" station in 1958. In 1992, the station was renamed to Alt-Tegel. Nearby is the S-Bahn station Berlin-Tegel, the rename occurred to avoid confusion; as it is the end of the U6, it has eight exits, is an important feeder for people who want to go to the Tegeler See, a recreation site in Berlin. Though line U6 had only opened in 1923, by the 1930s there were plans by the city of Berlin to extend the U6 to Wedding to Tegel. Construction work for an extension began in 1929 on the Müllerstraße. Due to the imminent global economic crisis and the resulting financial consequences for the city of Berlin, this had the work stopped; the result was a 400-meter-long tunnel. After the Second World War, the BVG planned a massive expansion of the Berlin U-Bahn. In the first stage, line C, which ended at Grenzallee and Seestraße. Construction began for the extension to Tegel on October 26, 1953; the extension was to be realized in two stages.
First, the section Seestraße - Kurt-Schumacher-Platz, followed by the part above ground section Kurt-Schumacher-Platz - Borsigwerke underground to Alt-Tegel. The second section included the stations Scharnweberstraße, Seidelstraße, Holzhauser Straße, Borsigwerke and terminus Tegel, underground. In 1995, when the S-Bahn line to Henningsdorf was reopened, to avoid confusion with the S-Bahn station Tegel the U-Bahn station was renamed Alt-Tegel. Https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/U-Bahnhof_Alt-Tegel
Alt-Tempelhof (Berlin U-Bahn)
Alt-Tempelhof is a Berlin U-Bahn station on the U 6. It is located under Tempelhofer Damm in the centre of the former village of Tempelhof, now a Berlin district within the borough of Tempelhof-Schöneberg; the station opened on 28 February 1966. The extension of Line C of the Berlin U-Bahn through the centre of Tempelhof to Mariendorf was planned before World War II, was begun in the late 1930s. A tunnel was dug south from the turnaround at Tempelhof station to the location of the Alt-Tempelhof station, a somewhat longer tunnel section was dug further south, between today's Alt-Tempelhof and Kaiserin-Augusta-Straße stations. However, because of World War II, postwar money problems, a serious fire in the turnaround in August 1945 which damaged the tunnel, the work suspended in 1941 was not resumed and construction of the stations did not begin until 1961, it was possible to make use of the tunnels dug some twenty years but not without modifications, because the Alt-Tempelhof station had been planned to be further south, near the Tempelhof town hall.
Rough construction of the Alt-Tempelhof station was finished in 1962, while the other stations of the extension to Alt-Mariendorf were not built until the following year. They were all opened at once on 28 February 1966, at which time Line C was renamed Line 6; the Alt-Tempelhof station was finished to a design by Bruno Grimmek. Like all the extension stations, it has a centre platform and exits at each end and is utilitarian in appearance; the Alt-Tempelhof station has grey-green tiles on the walls and brick cladding on the platform columns. The station has exits in the middle by way of a mezzanine floor, it is yet to be equipped with a lift. Plan of station location and entrances/exits at Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe
Borsigwerke (Berlin U-Bahn)
Borsigwerke is a Berlin U-Bahn station located on the U 6. This station was built by Bruno Grimmek and opened in 1958; the northern entrance was integrated into the famous brick entrance building of the Borsig Factory. The walls of the platform are covered with yellow tiles
Berliner Straße (Berlin U-Bahn)
Berliner Straße is a Berlin U-Bahn station located on the U 7 and on the U 9. Opened in 1971 as an important crosspoint between line U7 and U9. Both stations are covered with red panels on the walls. Only seven metres beyond the street there is the platform of the U9, it is on both sides of a highway tunnel, so passengers can only pass to the other direction through an exit on the north. As this station is an important transfer station the number of passengers is high. Only five metres beyond the U9 platform there is the platform of the U7. On U 7, the next station Bayerischer Blissestraße. On U 9, the next stop is Güntzelstraße or Bundesplatz