|Location||Staaken, Spandau, Berlin
|DS100 code||BSTA |
|Opened||15 August 1900|
|Closed||18 September 1980 (strike), officially 28 September 1980|
|Rebuilt||1951: new platform in West Staaken, opposite to station in East Staaken
1976: new station 700 further west
1998: new main line station 700 further east
|Electrified|| 3 August 1951 , 750 V DC system (3rd rail)
main line: 13 December 1998 , 15 kV AC system (overhead)
|Previous names||1910-1937 Staaken
|13 August 1961 - 4 March 1962||operation interrupted|
|1995 - 1998||operation interrupted|
The first station in Staaken was opened in 1900. As the Iron Curtain after 1945 cut Staaken in two, West-Staaken became part of the Soviet Zone of Occupation while the rest remained with West-Berlin. Due to the lack of an own passenger station in West-Staaken the old goods station, now called Staaken Kr. Nauen has been used for passenger transport, while the West-Berlin part was still able to use the S-Bahn´ station. The S-Bahn station Staaken was then shut down after a major strike in 1980, and never reopened. Both stations were demolished after 1996 during the construction of the ICE route to Hanover. A brand new station, at the site of the old goods station, was then handed over to the public in 1998.
The station is serves by the following service(s):
- Regional services Rathenow - Wustermark - Berlin - Ludwigsfelde - Jüterbog
- Peak hour services Wustermark - Berlin-Spandau
- Eisenbahnatlas Deutschland (German railway atlas) (2009/2010 ed.). Schweers + Wall. 2009. ISBN 978-3-89494-139-0.
- "Stationspreisliste 2017" [Station price list 2017] (PDF) (in German). DB Station&Service. 18 November 2016. Retrieved 14 December 2016.
- Timetables for Berlin-Staaken station (in German)
Media related to Berlin-Staaken railway station at Wikimedia Commons
- "Map of Staaken border station in 1976" (in German). Retrieved 23 January 2014.