|Other names||Berlin-Wittenau (Wilhelmsruher Damm)|
|Location||Reinickendorf, Berlin, Berlin
|Architect||Nordbahn: Ernst Schwartz, Karl Cornelius, Alfred Lücking
: Rainer Rümmler
|Opened||Nordbahn: 10 July 1877
: 29 September 1994
|Electrified||5 June 1925|
|Previous names||1877-1893 Dalldorf
1893-1906 Dalldorf (Nordbahn)
1906-1911 Wittenau (Nordbahn)
1911-1994 Wittenau (Nordb)
Berlin-Wittenau (in German S-Bahnhof Berlin-Wittenau, officially Wittenau (Wilhelmsruher Damm)) is a railway station in the Wittenau district of Berlin, Germany. It is served by the Berlin S-Bahn and numerous local buses. It is also the northern terminus of the Berlin U-Bahn line U8.
The station opened with the Nordbahn (Northern Railway) from Berlin to Neubrandenburg on 10 July 1877, then called Dalldorf, the former name of Wittenau until 1905. When a second railway station in Dalldorf was erected at the branch-off to Kremmen in 1893, it received the appendix (Nordbahn). On 5 June 1925 Wittenau (Nordbahn) was connected to the S-Bahn network.
The U-Bahn station opened on 29 September 1994, with the northern continuation of the U8 line to reach the nearby housing estates of Märkisches Viertel. S- and U-Bahn station then received the appendix (Wilhelmsuher Damm), the main street leading to Märkisches Viertel. It retained this designation even after the former Wittenau (Kremmener Bahn) station was renamed Karl-Bonhoeffer-Nervenklinik on 28 May 1995.
- Station information (in German)
|Preceding station||Berlin S-Bahn||Following station|
|Preceding station||Berlin U-Bahn||Following station|
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