|HVV rapid transit station|
20355 Hamburg, Germany
|Owned by||DB Station&Service AG|
|Platforms||1 island platform|
|Station code||ds100: ASHS
DB station code: 5955
Stadthausbrücke is an underground railway station, on the City S-Bahn line of the Hamburg S-Bahn. The station is located in the borough of Hamburg-Mitte in Hamburg, Germany. The station is managed by DB Station&Service.
In October 1967, the work the city tunnel line from central station to Altona station started. On 1 June 1975 — at the start of the summer schedule — the Hamburg S-Bahn opened Stadthausbrücke station, within the line from central station to Landungsbrücken station.
The station is an underground island platform with 2 tracks and two exits. The station is now accessible for handicapped persons, because a lift has been installed, however there is no special floor layout for blind persons. In case of war it also has its function as a fallout-shelter for 4,500 persons like the Reeperbahn and Harburg-Rathaus stations, too.
The rapid transit trains of the lines S1, S2 and S3 of the Hamburg S-Bahn are calling the station. Direction of the trains on track 1 is Wedel (S1), Hamburg-Altona (S2) and Pinneberg (S3). On track 2 the trains are traveling in the direction Poppenbüttel, Bergedorf (S2) and Stade (S3) via Hamburg central station.
|Preceding station||Hamburg S-Bahn||Following station|
- Liste Bahnhofskategorie 2008 (PDF) (in German), Berlin: DB Station&Service, 2008, retrieved 2009-03-27
- Borchers, Jan; Heimann, Martin; Pischek, Wolfgang (2002), Die Hamburg S-Bahn (in German), Munich: GeraMond, p. 46, ISBN 3-7654-7191-7
- DB-Konzern Stadthausbrücke (in German), Deutsche Bahn, 2009, retrieved 2009-03-26
- Rapid Transit/Regional Rail (PDF), Hamburger Verkehrsverbund, 2008-12-14, retrieved 2009-03-26
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