Grenzallee (Berlin U-Bahn)
This station was opened in 1930 and built by Alfred Grenander.
A few years later, the Second World War began in 1939, which initially had no direct impact on the station. Only from 1944, the BVG shortened the operation of the line C to Bergstraße, as the tunnel south of the station, including the stations Neukölln and Grenzallee, the arms company Henschel-Flugwerke for monthly 40,000 marks  (purchasing power adjusted in today's currency: around 149,200 euros) was made available. However, this foreign use soon became unnecessary due to the ongoing war.
It was the end of the Line C I until 1963.
- J. Meyer-Kronthaler, Berlins U-Bahnhöfe, Berlin: be.bra, 1996
- Grenzallee signal box - photos
- Description of the route to Neukölln including station photos
- More photos at untergrundbahn-berlin.de
- Plan of the area around Grenzallee U-Bahn station (PDF)
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