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Lehrter Bahnhof Lehrte Station opened in as the terminus of the railway linking Berlin with Lehrte , near Hanover , which later became Germany's most important east-west main line.
In , with the completion of the Stadtbahn City Railway, Berlin's four-track central elevated railway line, which carries both local and main line services , just north of the station, a smaller interchange station called Lehrter Stadtbahnhof was opened to provide connections with the new line.
This station later became part of the Berlin S-Bahn. In , after the closure of nearby Hamburger Bahnhof Hamburg Station , Lehrter Bahnhof became the terminus for trains to and from Hamburg.
Following heavy damage during World War II , limited services to the main station were resumed, but then suspended in In , it was extensively renovated to commemorate Berlin's th anniversary.
After German reunification it was decided to improve Berlin's railway network by constructing a new north-south main line , to supplement the east-west Stadtbahn.
Lehrter Stadtbahnhof was considered to be the logical location for a new central station. The Berlin Hauptbahnhof is located at the Moabit district, at the Mitte constituency.
In the east, it leads to the Mitte district, while it also extends to the Humboldthafen. The Berlin Hauptbahnhof is part of the mushroom concept that was being made in Berlin, in which the station forms as a connecting point for converging and intersecting lines, of different modes of public transport there.
Structurally, the entire station complex is a tower station, operationally it is a crossing station similar to all central stations.
The complex consists of several independent operating points:. The station building has two main levels, for suburban traffic as well as three connecting and business levels.
The upper track consists of six tracks on four bridge structures. The two outside lanes are single track and four others inside are double track.
In between, the three platforms at the height of ten metres are arranged. On the lower track level are four platforms of which eight tracks along the north south line, at a depth of 15 metres.
This is followed by the eastern end of another platform with two tracks for U55, similar to the Timothy station on the Frankfurt U-Bahn.
To the east of the underground station, a similar double track platform is also being built as part of the S21 project. The bridges in the city level not only spans the station area, but also the adjacenet Humboldthafen and are placed within metres long.
According to the lines of the light rail, they are curved in plan and widen due to the broadening of four to six tracks and the additional platforms from 39 to 66 meters wide.
The Humboldthafen Bridge spans the Humboldthafen with a span of 60 meters. It consists of a bow with steel tubes and pre-stressed concrete beam as upper flange.
The upper platform hall, which runs east-west, is metres long and consists of the arched, column-free, glass roof structure, which is supported by the two outer railway overpass structures.
In the glass surface, a square meter photovoltaic system with a capacity of kilowatts was integrated. The hall is between 46 and 66 meters wide and a maximum of 16 meters high.
It consists of three sections, with the western segment meters and the eastern meters long. In between lies the 50 meters wide and meters long north-south roof, whose barrel vaults with the main roof form a flat viaduct.
Parallel to the north-south roof, the two "ironing structures" span the main roof of the platform hall and carry the north-south roof.
These ironing structures contain 42, square meters of office space. On the northeastern part of the two diagonally opposite station terraces, the sculpture of Rolling Horse, erected in by Jürgen Goertz, artificially complements the building and is reminiscent to Lehrter Bahnhof and Lehrter Stadtbahnhof.
There are integrated artificial elements, which can be viewed through four portholes. From the southwestern terrace, it rises the disguised chimney located underneath the Tunnel Tiergarten Spreebogen.
During Cyclone Kyrill , on January 18, , the 8. These decorative elements had only been hung up and should only hold their own weight.
As a remedy, small sheets were placed above the carrier to prevent further carrier dissolution. Between and , a kilometre railway was built between Hannover and Berlin via Lehrte by the Magdeburg Halberstädter railway company.
Lehrter Bahnhof was constructed as the Berlin terminus. It was adjacent to Hamburger Bahnhof , just outside what was then Berlin's boundary at the Humbolthafen port on the river Spree.
With its magnificent architecture, the station was known as a "palace among stations". The train shed was metres long and 38 metres wide.
Its roof was a long barrel vault with steel supports. As was common for the period, the station was divided into an arrival side on the west, and a departure side on the east.
Originally there were five tracks, four of which ended at the side and the central platform; the fifth track had no platform and served as a turnaround for the locomotives.
At the turn of the century this track was removed to accommodate the widening of the central platform. Although the front of the building was ornate and had a grand entrance, most passengers entered and left via the east side, where horse-drawn carriages were able to stop.
In the metropolitan railway, predecessor of the S-Bahn, began service along two of the Stadtbahn tracks; long-distance traffic commenced in along the other two.
With the expansion of Lehrter Bahnhof, it was able to take over the functions of Hamburger Bahnhof. A m connector line was built; on 14 October , traffic towards Hamburg, northeast Germany, and Scandinavia was diverted to Lehrter Bahnhof, and Hamburger Bahnhof closed.
In , the Berlin-Lehrte railway, and with it Lehrter Bahnhof, was nationalized and subsequently came under the control of the Prussian State Railways.
In the Second World War the station was severely damaged. After the war, the shell was repaired such that it could be used temporarily.
However, the postwar division of Germany spelled the end for most of West Berlin's mainline stations. On 28 August the final train departed from Lehrter Bahnhof, heading for the Wustermark and Nauen.
On 9 July demolition began, and on 22 April the main entrance was blown up. The biggest challenge in the demolition of the station was to preserve the viaducts of the Stadtbahn, which ran directly overhead.
Work was completed in the summer of On 15 May , Lehrter Stadtbahnhof opened, situated on the Stadtbahn viaduct at the northern end of Lehrter Bahnhof concourse.
This four-track station on the Stadtbahn was used mainly by suburban trains. The main purpose of the Stadtbahn was to connect central areas of Berlin with the Lehrter Bahnhof, the Schlesischer Bahnhof termini with nearby Charlottenburg , then still a separate city.
It was also providing an east—west railway connection across the centre of Berlin. Because of steadily increasing traffic to Lehrter Stadtbahnhof and its location on a bridge crossing the north end of Lehrter Bahnhof, elaborate changes were made to the track structure in and again in On 1 December , the newly electrified suburban trains were given the designation S-Bahn , making the Lehrter Stadtbahnhof an S-Bahnhof.
During the War, in April the station was bombed by the Polish sabotage and diversionary squad " Zagra-lin ".
The Stadtbahnhof survived WWII intact, but came to lose its pre-war significance due to the division of Berlin; with Lehrter Bahnhof closed, the Stadtbahnhof served only a relatively underpopulated area near the border with East Berlin.
Because it had largely been preserved in its original condition, it became a listed building. However, in , Lehrter Stadtbahnhof was demolished to make way for the new central station, despite its listed status.
The argument was that Bellevue and Hackescher Markt stations were architecturally similar. Hackescher Markt, in former East Berlin , had been restored in —, after German reunification.
Soon after the fall of the Berlin Wall in , city planners began work on a transport plan for reunified Berlin.
One element of this became the "Pilzkonzept" mushroom concept , in which a new north-south railway line intersecting the Stadtbahn was to be constructed.
The name derived from the shape formed by the new line and existing lines, which vaguely resembles a mushroom.
In June the federal government decided that the new station should be built on the site of Lehrter Bahnhof. While close to the centre of Berlin and government buildings, the area was still not heavily populated.
The following year, a design competition for the project was held, which was won by the Hamburg architecture firm Gerkan, Marg and Partners.
The design called for five levels. External Reviews. Metacritic Reviews. Photo Gallery. Trailers and Videos. Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions.
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