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Hamburg
Schleswig-Holstein
The train station of Altona is a dead-end station and an important crosspoint for national, regional and local transport. Build in 1979, the building was reconstructed in 2005/2006 and involves now shopping possibilities and gastronomy. A car park …  more
22765 Hamburg
The Baumwall metro station is an elevated station with a view over the Hamburg harbour and direct access to the very modern office building of publisher Gruner&Jahr.  more
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20459 Hamburg
Busses as well as underground, suburban trains and ferries are operated by the Hamburg transort system.  more
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20095 Hamburg
Modelled after the Friedrichstrasse and Alexanderplatz train stations in Berlin, the Dammtor train station, also simply called the Dammtor, was designed as an elevated railway. Broad Jugendstil, rustic stone facades and an ornate steel and glass …  more
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20354 Hamburg
The main train station was built between 1899 and 1906. Located in the former moat of the city"s fortification, the station has an arched glass and iron roof. On the north side of the hall, the Wandelhalle, a promenade with shops on two floors …  more
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Hamburg
The main train station was built between 1899 and 1906. Located in the former moat of the city"s fortification, the station has an arched glass and iron roof. On the north side of the hall, the Wandelhalle, a promenade with shops on two floors …  more
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20095 Hamburg
The underground station Jungfernstieg is located centrally in Hamburg's city close to the Inner Alster. Through the tunnels both urban railway and underground trains commute. The tubes of the underground trains appear like an architectural vision of …  more
Hamburg
Kiel central station is the second largest station in Schleswig-Holstein and starting point for trips to Hamburg, Lübeck, Flensburg and Husum. It is located directly at Kieler Förde and a few meters away from the ferry pier to Göteborg and Oslo. …  more
24114 Kiel
Railway station: It is a 125 years old railway station close to the city of Neumuenster. The railway line Neumuenster – Segeberg – Bad Oldesloe doesn’t stop here, but the building is still existing and still looks like a railway station.  more
24626 Kleinkummerfeld
Six beautiful and important streets of Eppendorf and Winterhude join together at the tree-lined roundabout by the name of Klosterstern. Amongst the houses in the vicinity are many beautiful art nouveau villas. The closest underground station is the …  more
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20149 Hamburg
Impressive station of the Hamburg Transport System.  more
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22087 Hamburg
The steam locomotive of Angeln is a historical train and nowadays a museum. An association organizes seasonal tours between Kappeln and Suederbarup.  more
Lokschuppen Kappeln 24376 Kappeln
The elevated station of the Hamburg underground (the Hamburg underground is operated widely above the ground) crosses one of Hamburg´ s busiest streets. The platform offers a view to the modern shopping centres as well as to historical buildings.  more
Hamburg
In 1934 Hamburg's suburban railway system was re-named S-Bahn and is now controlled by the Deutsche Bahn AG (German Railways). Partially, its rails proceed underground, other legs offer fantastic views of Hamburg's sights - e.g. while crossing the …  more
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Hamburg
A red colored brick-lined building with a modern Kiosk and a counter of the “Deutsche Bahn”. There are several multiple rail tracks, two of them with a platform.  more
24837 Schleswig
The construction of the Landungsbrücken, the great piers for the passenger ships, was started in 1839. Like most of Hamburg´ s buildings for public transport, built around 1910, the piers were given an impressive facade. The massive …  more
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20359 Hamburg
Hamburg began to build its underground in 1906. The first line was opened in 1912. Today the Hamburg underground covers a distance of about 98 kilometres in and around the city. The trains which run underground as well as overground are the most …  more
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Hamburg
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