S8 (Berlin)

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S8
Stations Transfers
Zeuthen S46
Eichwalde S46
Berlin city limit
Grünau S46, S85
Adlershof S45, S46, S85, S9
Betriebsbahnhof Schöneweide S45, S46, S85, S9
Schöneweide S45, S46, S47, S85, S9, DB
Baumschulenweg S45, S46, S47, S85, S9
Plänterwald S85, S9
Treptower Park S41, S42, S85, S9
Ostkreuz S3, S41, S42, S5, S7, S75, S85, S9
Frankfurter Allee U5, S41, S42, S85, S9
Storkower Straße S41, S42, S85, S9
Landsberger Allee S41, S42, S85, S9
Greifswalder Straße S41, S42, S85, S9
Prenzlauer Allee S41, S42, S85, S9
Schönhauser Allee U2, S41, S42, S85, S9
Bornholmer Straße S1, S2, S25, S85, S9
Pankow U2, S2, S9
Pankow-Heinersdorf S2
Blankenburg S2
Berlin city limit
Mühlenbeck-Mönchmühle  
Schönfließ  
Bergfelde  
Hohen Neuendorf S1
Birkenwerder S1

S8 is a line on the Berlin S-Bahn.[1] It operates from Zeuthen to Birkenwerder over:

  • the Görlitz line, opened in 1866 and electrified in 1929,
  • the Ring line, completed in 1877 and electrified in 1926,
  • the Outer ring, completed on 22 November 1952 and electrified for the S-Bahn in 1962,
  • and a short section of the Prussian Northern line, opened on 10 July 1877 and electrified on 8 August 1925.

In popular culture[edit]

An S8 train to Zeuthen appears in the opening frames of Pet Shop Boys' music video for the single Leaving from the album Elysium (2012).

References[edit]

  1. ^ "S-Bahn Network Map" (pdf). S-Bahn Berlin GmbH. 2008-06-27. Retrieved 4 June 2010.