S9 (Berlin)

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Berlin S9.svg
Line of the Berlin S-Bahn
Stations Transfers
Flughafen Schönefeld Berlin S45.svg VBB Bahn-Regionalverkehr.svg
Grünbergallee Berlin S45.svg
Altglienicke Berlin S45.svg
Adlershof Berlin S45.svg Berlin S46.svg Berlin S8.svg Berlin S85.svg
Betriebsbahnhof Schöneweide Berlin S45.svg Berlin S46.svg Berlin S8.svg Berlin S85.svg
Schöneweide Berlin S45.svg Berlin S46.svg Berlin S47.svg Berlin S8.svg Berlin S85.svg VBB Bahn-Regionalverkehr.svg
Baumschulenweg Berlin S45.svg Berlin S46.svg Berlin S47.svg Berlin S8.svg Berlin S85.svg
Plänterwald Berlin S8.svg Berlin S85.svg
Treptower Park Berlin S41.svg Berlin S42.svg Berlin S8.svg Berlin S85.svg
Ostkreuz Berlin S3.svg Berlin S41.svg Berlin S42.svg Berlin S5.svg Berlin S7.svg Berlin S8.svg Berlin S85.svg Berlin S75.svg
Frankfurter Allee Berlin U5.svg Berlin S41.svg Berlin S42.svg Berlin S8.svg Berlin S85.svg
Storkower Straße Berlin S41.svg Berlin S42.svg Berlin S8.svg Berlin S85.svg
Landsberger Allee Berlin S41.svg Berlin S42.svg Berlin S8.svg Berlin S85.svg
Greifswalder Straße Berlin S41.svg Berlin S42.svg Berlin S8.svg Berlin S85.svg
Prenzlauer Allee Berlin S41.svg Berlin S42.svg Berlin S8.svg Berlin S85.svg
Schönhauser Allee Berlin U2.svg Berlin S41.svg Berlin S42.svg Berlin S8.svg Berlin S85.svg
Bornholmer Straße Berlin S1.svg Berlin S2.svg Berlin S25.svg Berlin S8.svg Berlin S85.svg
Pankow Berlin U2.svg Berlin S2.svg Berlin S8.svg

S9 is a line on the Berlin S-Bahn.[1] It operates from Schönefeld Flughafen to Pankow over:

  • a very short section of the Outer ring, opened in 1951 and electrified in 1983,
  • a short section of the former Outer freight ring opened in the early 1940s and electrified in 1983,
  • the Görlitz line, opened in 1866 and electrified in 1929,
  • the Ring line, completed in 1877 and electrified in 1926 and
  • the Berlin-Szczecin railway, opened on 1 August 1842 and electrified on 8 August 1924.

History[edit]

Future extension[edit]

A southern extension from Schönefeld station, serving the new Berlin Brandenburg International airport, is expected to open in early 2014.[2] It will include two new stops: Waßmannsdorf and Berlin Brandenburg Airport (terminal).[3][4]

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