Hannover-Nordstadt station

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Hannover-Nordstadt railway station
Location Hannover, Lower Saxony
Coordinates 52°14′02″N 9°25′49″E / 52.2338°N 9.4303°E / 52.2338; 9.4303Coordinates: 52°14′02″N 9°25′49″E / 52.2338°N 9.4303°E / 52.2338; 9.4303
Platforms 2
Other information
Station code 7899
Category 4 [1]

Hannover-Nordstadt is a railway station located in Hannover, Germany. The station is located on the Hanover–Minden railway, Bremen–Hanover railway and the Heath Railway. The train services are operated by Deutsche Bahn as part of the Hanover S-Bahn. It was designed in 1996 for the Expo line by Studio Hansjörg Göritz as the winning scheme in a design competition for the entire system of which this one remained as the network's single implementation, connecting the airport to the World Expo 2000 fairgrounds. Its design was showcased in the exhibition La Rinascimento della Stazione [The Rebirth of Train Stations] at the 1996 Venice Architecture Biennale.

Train services[edit]

The following services currently call at the station:[2]

  • Hannover S-Bahn services S1 Minden - Haste - Wunstorf - Hanover - Weetzen - Haste
  • Hannover S-Bahn services S2 Nienburg - Wunstorf - Hanover - Weetzen - Haste
  • Hannover S-Bahn services S4 Bennemühlen - Langenhagen - Hannover - Hannover Messe/Laatzen - Hildesheim
  • Hannover S-Bahn services S5 Hannover Airport - Langenhagen - Hannover - Weetzen - Hameln - Paderborn
  • Hannover S-Bahn services S8 Hannover Airport - Langenhagen - Hannover - Hannover Messe/Laatzen
Preceding station   S-Bahn Hannover   Following station
toward Minden Hbf
toward Haste
toward Nienburg
toward Haste
toward Bennemühlen

Tram services[edit]

Hanover Stadtbahn tram line 6 serves the station.

  • 6: Nordhafen - Nordstadt - City Centre - Braunschweigerplatz - Messe/Ost

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