|Hamburg S-Bahn station|
Platform of the Hammerbrook S-Bahn station
20097 Hamburg, Germany
|Owned by||DB Station&Service|
|Platforms||1 island platform|
|Tracks||2 side tracks|
DB station code: 2533
Type: Bft Category: 4
|Opened||23 September 1983|
The station was opened on 23 September 1983 to connect Harburg and other districts South of the Elbe River − home of more than half a million people − with Hamburg's inner city. Since then, and also thanks to the station, Hammerbrook developed into a commercial district: the "City Süd".
The elevated station consists of an island platform with 2 side tracks. The station is fully accessible for handicapped persons since 2013. There are two entrances to the station on Hammerbrookstraße, one near Mittelkanal, the other near Südkanal.
The rapid transit trains of the lines S3 and S31 of the Hamburg S-Bahn are calling the station, connecting the town Pinneberg in Schleswig-Holstein and the city of Stade, Lower Saxony, with Hamburg.
|Preceding station||Hamburg S-Bahn||Following station|
- Staff (2008-01-01), Liste Bahnhofskategorie 2008 (pdf) (PDF) (in German), DB Station&Service AG, retrieved 2008-08-08[permanent dead link]
- Staff (2008-12-14), Rapid Transit/Regional Rail (Network plan, pdf) (PDF), Hamburger Verkehrsverbund, archived from the original (PDF) on 2009-01-17, retrieved 2009-01-24
- Höltge, Dieter; Kochems, Michael (2008), Straßen- und Stadtbahnen in Deutschland (in German), Band 11: Hamburg, Freiburg: EisenbahnKurier, p. 273, ISBN 978-3-88255-392-5
- Staff, DB-Konzern - Hammerbrook (in German), Deutsche Bahn AG, retrieved 2008-01-24
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