Hohen Neuendorf station

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Hohen Neuendorf
Bf
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Location Hohen Neuendorf, Brandenburg
Germany
Other information
Station code 2832
DS100 code BHN
Category 4
History
Opened 1 September 1877; 140 years ago (1877-09-01)
Electrified 5 June 1925; 92 years ago (1925-06-05)
Key dates
11 December 1924 current building opened
Services
Preceding station   Berlin S-Bahn   Following station
toward Oranienburg
S1
toward Wannsee
Terminus
S8
toward Zeuthen

Hohen Neuendorf (in German S-Bahnhof Hohen Neuendorf) is a railway station in the town of Hohen Neuendorf, Germany. It is served by the Berlin S-Bahn and by several local buses.

On 13 August 1961, the S-Bahn line to Oranienburg was cut off by the Berlin Wall, and it was only from Hohen Neuendorf to Oranienburg as a shuttle and a lonely, not connected line. It was only connected on 19 November 1961 to the rest of the East Berlin S-Bahn. The West Berlin section from Hohen Neuendorf to Frohnau was later reconstructed since February 1991 and reopened on 31 May 1992. In addition, the southern exit from Hohen Neuendorf was also closed.

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Coordinates: 52°40′06″N 13°17′13″E / 52.6684°N 13.2870°E / 52.6684; 13.2870