Diebsteich station

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S-Bahn-Logo.svg Diebsteich
Rapid transit
HH-Diebsteich railway station.jpg
Diebsteich railway station,
track 2 (incoming S3 from Pinneberg toward Stade)
Station statistics
Address Plönerstr.
22766 Hamburg
Germany
Line(s) S-Bahn-Logo.svg Hamburg S-Bahn
S21
S3
Hamburg A1 zw.svg AKN railway plc.
A1
Connections Bus
Structure type Elevated
Platforms 2 (island platform)
Tracks 2
Parking No
Bicycle facilities Rented boxes and bicycle stands
Baggage check No
Other information
Opened 1962
Electrified 1200 volts DC system third rail
Station code ds100: ADT
DB station code: 1193
Type: Bf
Category: 4

The train station Diebsteich is served by the rapid transit trains of the Hamburg S-Bahn and the commuter trains of the AKN railways plc.[1] The S-Bahn tracks run parallel with the Hamburg-Altona–Kiel railway. Right along the tracks is the border of the quarter Altona-Nord and Bahrenfeld of the Altona borough in Hamburg, Germany.

The station is named after a small lake in the neighbourhood which no longer exists.

History[edit]

Map of railway lines in Hamburg (ca. 1910) (with the lake Diebsteich, the train station not yet built)

According to the German newspapers Hamburger Morgenpost and Die Welt in September 2009, the Deutsche Bahn AG plans to close the long distance train station at Altona and to build a new station at the area of Diebsteich station, the date for opening of the new station is 2016.[2][3]

Station layout[edit]

The station is elevated with an island platform, two tracks and only one exit.[4] The station is in the fare zone 101.

Station services[edit]

The rapid transit trains of the lines S3 and S21 of the Hamburg S-Bahn stop at the station. The commuter trains of the line A1 stop at Diebsteich station only during the rush hours.[5]

On track 1 the train destinations are Pinneberg (S3), Elbgaustraße railway station (S21) and Kaltenkirchen (A1). On track 2 the destination of A1 and S21 is via Holstenstraße toward Hamburg central station (A1) and Aumühle (S21). The S21 takes 10 minutes and the A1 only 9 minutes to reach Hamburg central station. The trains of the line S3 continue via Hamburg-Altona and Jungfernstieg railway station toward Stade and reach Hamburg central station in 18 minutes.

Facilities at the station[edit]

A small shop in the station sells fast food and newspapers. There are no lockerboxes and the station is not fully accessible for handicapped persons, because there is no lift. No personnel are attending the station, but there are SOS and information telephones and ticket machines. Bicycles can be locked in a previous rented boxes and also locked at stands free of charge.[4]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Liste Bahnhofskategorie 2008 (pdf), DB Station&Service AG, Köthener Straße 2, 10963 Berlin (2008) (German)
  2. ^ Thomas Hirschbiegel, Jessica Kröll (2009-09-03). "Wohnungsbau statt Sackbahnhof" [Flats building instead of terminal] (in German). Hamburger Morgenpost. Retrieved 2009-10-09. 
  3. ^ Olaf Dittmann (2009-09-26). "Deutsche Bahn legt sich fest: Fernbahnhof Altona wird bis 2016 verlegt" [German Rail predefined: Long distance station Altona transferred until 2016] (in German). Die Welt. Retrieved 2009-10-09. 
  4. ^ a b DB station information (see: External links)
  5. ^ Network plan HVV

External links[edit]

Media related to S-Bahn stations in Hamburg at Wikimedia Commons

Preceding station   Hamburg S-Bahn   Following station
toward Pinneberg
S3Hamburg S3.svg
toward Stade
S21Hamburg S21.svg
toward Aumühle
Preceding station   AKN Eisenbahn   Following station
toward Neumünster
A1Hamburg A1.svg
toward Hauptbahnhof

Coordinates: 53°34′7″N 9°56′2″E / 53.56861°N 9.93389°E / 53.56861; 9.93389