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Nordbahnhof (Station)

S-Bahnhof Nordbahnhof
Nordbahnhof station sign, Berlin

Nordbahnhof is an underground station on the North-South S-Bahn line. Opened in 1936 as part of the former Stettiner Bahnhof it has retained much of its original character. Between 1961 and 1989 it was one of Berlin's ghost stations and lies directly on the path of the former Berlin Wall.

Between 1951 and 1991 the nearby U6 station Naturkundemuseum was also named Nordbahnhof, although the two stations were never interconnected.

Convenient for

The S-Bahn's main customer center is located near Nordbahnhof (follow the signs at the main exit; also the place to pay fines if you're caught traveling without a ticket is here).


 Next stations from Nordbahnhof
Humboldthain (Station) S1 Oranienburger Straße
Humboldthain (Station) S2 Oranienburger Straße
Humboldthain (Station) S25 Oranienburger Straße


Flea Market Nordbahnhof (Flohmarkt) (0.1 km), Eastener Hostel Berlin (0.4 km), Oranienburger Tor (Station) (0.5 km), Naturkundemuseum (Station) (0.5 km), Village Voice (0.7 km), Oscar Wilde Irish Pub (0.7 km), Postfuhramt (0.8 km), Oranienburger Straße (Station) (0.8 km), Bernauer Straße (Station) (0.8 km)