List of Hamburg U-Bahn stations

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The following list contains all 91 stations[1] of the Hamburg U-Bahn. The Hamburg U-Bahn is operated by the Hamburger Hochbahn (HHA) under the supervision of the Hamburger Verkehrsverbund. The majority of stations are located within the borders of the city of Hamburg — only nine stations are in the German state of Schleswig-Holstein outside the city limits — and all stations are located on right bank of the Elbe river.

Stations[edit]

Development of the Hamburg U-Bahn network
A train of line U3 near the station Baumwall (on the left)
Platform of the station Lohmühlenstraße
Platform of the Richtweg station
Rödingsmarkt station
Platform of the Wandsbek Markt station

This list gives the name of each station, the lines serving the station, the quarter and the fare zones,[A] in which it is located, and the date or dates opened. All stations are located in the fare zone Greater Hamburg Area. Included are all stations currently open on the Hamburg U-Bahn.[2]

Station Line(s)[B] Location[C] Fare zone ring(s) Fare zone(s) Other connections[D] Date opened[3]
Ahrensburg Ost U1 Ahrensburg* B 505 17 June 1922
Ahrensburg West U1 Ahrensburg* B 404, 405, 505 5 November 1921[E]
Alsterdorf U1 A 103, 105 1 December 1914
Alter Teichweg U1 A 105, 205 2 August 1963
Barmbek U3 A 000, 103, 105 S-Bahn S1, S11 15 February 1912
Baumwall U3 A 000, 101, 108 29 June 1912
Berliner Tor U2, U3 St. Georg A 000, 105, 106 S-Bahn S1, S11, S2, S21 15 February 1912
Berne U1 B 304, 305 6 September 1920
Billstedt U2 Billstedt A 206 28 September 1969
Borgweg U3 Winterhude A 103, 105 10 May 1912
Buchenkamp U1 B 404, 405 5 November 1921
Buckhorn U1 B 404 1 February 1925
Burgstraße U2 A 105, 106 2 January 1967
Christuskirche U2 Eimsbüttel A 101, 103 21 June 1913
Dehnhaide U3 A 000, 105 15 February 1912
Emilienstraße U2 Eimsbüttel A 101, 103 21 October 1913
Eppendorfer Baum U3 A 000, 103 25 May 1912
Farmsen U1 A, B 204, 205, 304, 305 6 September 1920
Feldstraße U3 A 000, 101 25 May 1912
Fuhlsbüttel U1 Fuhlsbüttel A 203 1 July 1921
Fuhlsbüttel Nord U1 Fuhlsbüttel, Langenhorn A 203 1 July 1921[F]
Garstedt U1 Norderstedt* B 403 30 May 1969
Großhansdorf U1 Großhansdorf* B 505 5 November 1921
Gänsemarkt U2 A 000 31 May 1970
Habichtstraße U3 A 105 23 June 1930
Hagenbecks Tierpark U2 A 101, 103, 201, 203 30 October 1966
Hagendeel U2 A 201, 203 1 June 1985
Hallerstraße U1 Harvesterhude, Rotherbaum A 000 2 June 1929
Hamburger Straße U3 A 105 15 February 1912
Hammer Kirche U2 A 105, 106 2 January 1967
Hauptbahnhof Nord U2 Altstadt, St. Georg A 000 Long distance trains, regional trains, all S-Bahn lines 29 September 1968
Hauptbahnhof Süd U1, U3 Altstadt, St. Georg A 000 Long distance trains, regional trains, all S-Bahn lines 15 February 1912
Hoheluftbrücke U3 A 000, 101, 103 25 May 1912
Hoisbüttel U1 Ammersbek* B 404 1 February 1925
Horner Rennbahn U3 Horn A 105, 106, 205, 206 2 January 1967
Hudtwalckerstraße U1 Winterhude A 103, 105 1 December 1914
Joachim-Mähl-Straße U2 Niendorf A 201, 203 9 March 1991
Jungfernstieg U1, U2 A 000 S-Bahn S1, S2, S3 25 March 1931
Kellinghusenstraße U1, U3 A 000, 103, 105 10 May 1912
Kiekut U1 Großhansdorf* B 505 17 June 1922
Kiwittsmoor U1 Langenhorn B 303 10 May 1960
Klein Borstel U1 A 203 25 May 1925
Klosterstern U1 A 000 2 June 1929
Landungsbrücken U3 Neustadt, St. Pauli A 000, 101 S-Bahn S1, S2, S3 29 June 1912[G]
Langenhorn Markt U1 Langenhorn A, B 303, 203 1 July 1921
Langenhorn Nord U1 Langenhorn B 303 1 July 1921
Lattenkamp U1 Winterhude A 103, 105 1 December 1914
Legienstraße U2 Horn A 206 24 September 1967
Lohmühlenstraße U1 St. Georg A 000 2 July 1961
Lutterrothstraße U2 Eimsbüttel A 101, 103 30 May 1965
Lübecker Straße U1, U3 A 000, 105 15 February 1912
Meiendorfer Weg U1 B 304, 305 1 April 1925
Merkenstraße U2 Billstedt A 206 31 May 1970
Messehallen U2 A 000 31 May 1970
Meßberg U1 A 000 22 February 1960
Mundsburg U3 A 000, 105 15 February 1912
Mönckebergstraße U3 A 000 15 February 1912
Mümmelmannsberg U2 Billstedt A 306 29 September 1990
Niendorf Markt U2 Niendorf A 201, 203 1 June 1985
Niendorf Nord U2 Niendorf A, B 201, 203, 303 9 March 1991
Norderstedt Mitte U1 Norderstedt* B 503, 403 AKN A2 28 September 1996
Ochsenzoll U1 Langenhorn B 403, 303 1 July 1921
Ohlsdorf U1 A 103, 105, 203 S-Bahn S1, S11 1 December 1914
Ohlstedt U1 B 404 1 February 1925
Osterstraße U2 Eimsbüttel A 101, 103 23 May 1914
Rathaus U3 A 000 15 February 1912
Rauhes Haus U2 A 105, 106 2 January 1967
Richtweg U1 Norderstedt* B 403 28 September 1996
Ritterstraße U1 Eilbek A 105 28 October 1962
Rödingsmarkt U3 A 000 29 June 1912
Saarlandstraße U3 A 103, 105 10 May 1912
Schippelsweg U2 Niendorf A 201, 203 9 March 1991
Schlump U2, U3 A 000, 101, 103 25 May 1912
Schmalenbeck U1 Großhansdorf* B 505 5 November 1921
Sengelmannstraße U1 Alsterdorf, Winterhude A 103, 105 26 September 1975
Sierichstraße U3 Winterhude A 000, 103, 105 10 May 1912
St. Pauli U3 Neustadt, St. Pauli A 000, 101 25 May 1912
Steinfurther Allee U2 Billstedt A 206, 306 29 September 1990
Steinstraße U1 A 000 2 October 1960
Stephansplatz U1 A 000 2 June 1929
Sternschanze U3 A 000, 101 S-Bahn S11, S21, S31 25 May 1912
Straßburger Straße U1 A 105, 205 3 March 1963
Trabrennbahn U1 A 204, 205 30 March 1924
Uhlandstraße U3 A 000, 105 15 February 1912
Volksdorf U1 B 304, 305, 404, 405 6 September 1920
Wandsbek Gartenstadt U1, U3 Wandsbek A 105, 204, 205 6 September 1920
Wandsbek Markt U1 Wandsbek A 105, 205 28 October 1962
Wandsbeker Chaussee U1 Eilbek, Wandsbek A 105 S-Bahn S1, S11 28 October 1962
Wartenau U1 Eilbek, Hohenfelde A 105 1 October 1961

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Notes[edit]

A. ^ The Hamburger Verkehrsverbund uses a system of concentric zones for the calculation of fares between stations. Fares between any station in one zone and any station in another are the same, irrespective of the start and end points of the journey or the route used.
All stations are located in the fare zone Greater Hamburg Area.
B. ^ Where more than one line serves a station, lines are listed in numerical order.
C. ^ The asterisk indicates a locality in the German state of Schleswig-Holstein.
Where a station is located on the border between two localities, these are listed alphabetically.
D. ^ Connections to the Hamburg S-Bahn and other railways.
E. ^ Former name: 1921–1952: Ahrensburg
F. ^ Former names: 1921–1934: Langenhorn Süd, 1934–1954: Flughafen, 1954–1983: Flughafenstraße
G. ^ Former name: 1912–192x: Hafentor

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Die HOCHBAHN auf einen Blick" [A View of the U-Bahn] (in German). Hamburger Hochbahn. 2012. Retrieved 2013-09-30. 
  2. ^ Network plan HVV, retrieved 2009-03-22 
  3. ^ Liste der Hamburger U-Bahnhöfe, Wikipedia, Die freie Enzyklopädie, 2009-03-15, retrieved 2009-03-18  (German)
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