Reeperbahn station

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S-Bahn-Logo.svg Reeperbahn
Hamburg S-Bahn station
Reeperbahn - Hamburg - S-Bahn (13377104525).jpg
Reeperbahn station
Location Reeperbahn
20359 Hamburg, Germany
Coordinates 53°32′58″N 9°57′21″E / 53.54944°N 9.95583°E / 53.54944; 9.95583Coordinates: 53°32′58″N 9°57′21″E / 53.54944°N 9.95583°E / 53.54944; 9.95583
Owned by Hamburger Hochbahn
Platforms 1 island platform
Tracks 2 side tracks
Platform levels 2
Other information
Station code S-Bahn: ds100: ARES
DB station code: 5167
Type: Hp
Category: 4[1]
Fare zone 000
Opened 1979

Reeperbahn[2] is a Hamburg S-Bahn station in St. Pauli, Hamburg, Germany, located at the eastern end of the Reeperbahn. Reeperbahn station is part of the City S-Bahn tunnel from Hamburg main station in St. Georg to Hamburg-Altona station in Altona, and opened on 21 April 1979.[3]

Station layout[edit]

The underground station consists of two levels with a mezzanine and a station level with one island platform, two tracks and two exits. At the exit Nobistor is a bus stop and a taxicab stand. The station can also be used as an air-raid shelter. The station is not accessible for handicapped persons, because there is no lift.


On track 1 the trains in destination Wedel, Pinneberg and Altona and on track 2 the trains in destination Stade, Bergedorf and Poppenbüttel are calling Reeperbahn in the rush hours every 2 to 3 minutes.

Preceding station   Hamburg S-Bahn   Following station
toward Wedel
S1Hamburg S1.svg
toward Altona
S2Hamburg S2.svg
toward Bergedorf
toward Pinneberg
S3Hamburg S3.svg
toward Stade


  1. ^ "Stationspreisliste 2017" [Station price list 2017] (PDF) (in German). DB Station&Service. 18 November 2016. Retrieved 14 December 2016. 
  2. ^ Name, station code and category: Liste Bahnhofskategorie 2008, DB Station&Service AG, Köthener Straße 2, 10963 Berlin (2008) (German)
  3. ^ Schomacker, Marcus (2 July 2008). "S-Bhf. Reeperbahn". Hamburgs S-Bahnhöfe: Die City-S-Bahn. Marcus Schomacker. Retrieved 13 January 2011. 

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