Hamburg Dammtor station

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S-Bahn-Logo.svg Hamburg Dammtor
Rapid transit transport hub
Bf Hamburg-Dammtor.jpg
Outside view
LocationDag-Hammarskjöld-Platz 15,
20354 Hamburg, Germany
Coordinates53°33′39″N 9°59′22″E / 53.56083°N 9.98944°E / 53.56083; 9.98944Coordinates: 53°33′39″N 9°59′22″E / 53.56083°N 9.98944°E / 53.56083; 9.98944
Line(s)Deutsche Bahn AG-Logo.svg Long distance trains
S-Bahn-Logo.svg S-Bahn: S11, S21, S31
Platforms2 side platforms
Structure typeelevated
Platform levels1
Disabled accessYes
Other information
Station codeS-Bahn-Logo.svg
ds100: ADF (main line)
DB station code: 2513
Type: Hp
Category: 2[1]
Fare zonePublic transport: 000
Opened16 July 1866; 153 years ago (1866-07-16)
Rebuilt7 June 1903; 116 years ago (1903-06-07)
ElectrifiedS-Bahn-Logo.svg 29 January 1908; 111 years ago (1908-01-29), 6.3 kV AC system (overhead; turned off in 1955)[2]
S-Bahn-Logo.svg 10 April 1941; 78 years ago (1941-04-10), 1.2 kV DC system (3rd rail)[2]
Deutsche Bahn AG-Logo.svg 6 April 1965; 54 years ago (1965-04-06), 15 kV AC system (overhead)[2]
Hamburg Dammtor is located in Hamburg
Hamburg Dammtor
Hamburg Dammtor
Location in Hamburg
Hamburg Dammtor is located in Schleswig-Holstein
Hamburg Dammtor
Hamburg Dammtor
Location in Schleswig-Holstein
Hamburg Dammtor is located in Germany
Hamburg Dammtor
Hamburg Dammtor
Location in Germany
Hamburg Dammtor is located in Europe
Hamburg Dammtor
Hamburg Dammtor
Location in Europe

Hamburg Dammtor is a railway station for long distance, regional and suburban trains on the Hamburg-Altona link line, located in Central Hamburg, Germany. In front is a bus station of the same name for public transport.

The railway station is one of four long distance train stations in Hamburg. The other stations are Hamburg Hauptbahnhof, Hamburg-Altona and Hamburg-Harburg. Despite its size and importance, the station is classified as a Halt point (Haltepunkt) because no trains change directions or start or end here.


The name Dammtor originates from an old city gate located here until the end of the 19th century. The present railway station was opened on 7 July 1903. A previous station, built in 1866, was located around one hundred meters away.


Hamburg Dammtor is close to the Wallring and the center of Hamburg, located in the quarter Rotherbaum of the Eimsbüttel borough. Nearby are also the University of Hamburg and the Congress Center Hamburg. As a result, the railway station signs have the addition Messe- und Kongressbahnhof (trade fair and congress station).



The railway station has 4 elevated tracks, on two island platforms, one servicing the regional and long distance trains, the other platform servicing the S-Bahn.

Preceding station   Deutsche Bahn   Following station
ICE 11
towards Munich
ICE 18
ICE 20
towards Basel SBB
ICE 22
towards Stuttgart
ICE 25
towards Munich
ICE 26
towards Karlsruhe
ICE 28
towards Munich
ICE 31
towards Frankfurt
IC/EC 27
towards Prague
IC/EC 30
towards Stuttgart
IC/EC 31
towards Frankfurt
Preceding station   Hamburg S-Bahn   Following station
toward Blankenese
S 11
S 21
toward Aumühle
toward Altona
S 31
toward Neugraben
Preceding station   AKN Eisenbahn   Following station
toward Neumünster
A1Hamburg A1.svg

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Name, station code and category: Liste Bahnhofskategorie 2008, DB Station&Service AG, Köthener Straße 2, 10963 Berlin (2008) (in German)
  2. ^ a b c Cf. „Streckenelektrifizierungen“, on: Königlich preußische Eisenbahndirection zu Altona, retrieved on 19 January 2018.

External links[edit]

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