Frankfurt Ostendstraße station

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Frankfurt Ostendstraße station
Distribution level below the Hanauer Landstrasse
Operations
Category 3
Type Underground station
Platforms in use 2
DS100 code FOST
Station code 1853
Construction and location
Opened 1990
Location Frankfurt am Main
State Hesse
Country Germany
Home page www.bahnhof.de
50°6′41″N 8°41′51″E / 50.11139°N 8.69750°E / 50.11139; 8.69750Coordinates: 50°6′41″N 8°41′51″E / 50.11139°N 8.69750°E / 50.11139; 8.69750
Route information
List of railway stations in Hesse

Frankfurt Ostendstraße station is an underground S-Bahn station in central Frankfurt am Main, Germany. The station was opened when the City Tunnel was extended to Frankfurt South station in 1990. It consists of two tracks, surrounding a central platform.

Its entrance escalators are located next to the Hanauer Landstraße. The site of the future headquarters of the European Central Bank is nearby.

The train station is served by S-Bahn lines S1, S2, S3, S4, S5, S6, S8 and S9.

Operations[edit]

Preceding station   Rhine-Main S-Bahn   Following station
S1Frankfurt S1.svg
S2Frankfurt S2.svg
toward Dietzenbach
toward Bad Soden
S3Frankfurt S3.svg
toward Kronberg
S4Frankfurt S4.svg
toward Langen
S5Frankfurt S5.svg
toward Südbahnhof
toward Friedberg
S6Frankfurt S6.svg
S8Frankfurt S8.svg
toward Hanau Hbf
S9Frankfurt S9.svg