|Location||Reinickendorf, Reinickendorf borough, Berlin
|Line(s)||Northern Railway (, )
Kremmen Railway ()
|Opened||10 July 1877|
|Electrified||5 June 1925|
|Previous names||1877-1878 Reinickendorf
1878-1884 Schönholz (Reinickendorf)
|1903||current building erected|
|1945, late April - June 10||operation interrupted|
|1984, 9 January - 30 September||operation interrupted|
Berlin-Schönholz (German: Bahnhof Berlin-Schönholz) is a railway station in Berlin, Germany. It is located on the Berlin Northern Railway line in the Reinickendorf locality, though named after the adjacent Schönholz quarter of the neighbouring Niederschönhausen district. From here the western Kremmen Railway branch line leads to Hennigsdorf and Kremmen. The station is served by S-Bahn trains and several local bus lines.
The station was opened on July 10, 1877 under the name Reinickendorf. He originally had only one outdoor platform. In 1878 the station was renamed Schönholz (Reinickendorf). In 1884 the station was renamed again in Schönholz-Reinickendorf. 1893, the outer platform was replaced by a central platform. At the same time the Kremmener Bahn was opened. This made the station the interchange station. In 1896 the station got a reception building.
Between 1901 and 1903 the track was laid on a dam and the station in the course of this work re-creates. The old reception building was demolished. At the same time, the installation of its own long-distance track pair for the Northern Railway, the Ausfhrung the Kremmener Bahn was also separated. As a result, the station was served only by suburban trains.
From June 5, 1925, the first electric trains operated on this route. As a result, the station became the S-Bahn station. With the electrification of the Kremmener Bahn two years later, the mixed operation was stopped with steam locomotives. In May 1938, the station was renamed Berlin-Schönholz.
In 1945, the traffic rested for several weeks due to the war.
On January 9, 1984, the management of the West Berlin S-Bahn from the German Reichsbahn on the BVG. Both stations using the station were shut down. The station was closed. Already on 1 October 1984, it was reopened after the route had been reactivated to Frohnau. In 1995, the Kremmener Bahn followed, initially only to Tegel, since 1998, again to Hennigsdorf.
- Station information (in German)