Berlin-Frohnau station

  • Berliner Northern Railway ( KBS 200.1 )


The railway station is a railway station Berlin- Frohnau the S-Bahn to the Northern Railway. It is located in the center of the Berlin hamlet Frohnau (district Reinickendorf). From its opening until January 31, 1938, he was named Frohnau (Mark). Nearest train station to the north is Hohen Neuendorf, the next station to the south is Hermsdorf.

For S-Bahn station includes a parking and turning facility, this is just north of the platform on the former route of the mainline tracks. Also north of the station the train route is single track.

The station has an access on the north end. This leads to the south side of the bridge and to Frohnauer Ludolfinger place west of the railway line, here are bicycle parking and short term parking. A lift provides wheelchair access to the platform. East of the railway line is the Zeltinger place, there is a taxi space created. Additional facilities include bus stops at both places.


The station building with the low-lying platform allowed the railway department of Berlin from 1908 to 1910 also build to a design by the architects Gustav Community Hart & Alfred Lesser. The Berlin terrain Centrale, the then Frohnau opened up a new area of ​​settlement, made ​​a contribution to building costs of DM 30,000 and took over the running costs for four years. Long before the founding Frohnaus wrong here since 1877, the northern railway between Berlin and Stralsund. In 1891 it was expanded to double track. At the site of the present railway station was a railway Frohnau keeper's house. The next stops were Hermsdorf in the south and in the north Stolpe ( the Stolpe station was immediately north of the present Invalidensiedlung and was closed in 1924 ). In the application of the Frohnauer bridge in 1909 was laid the train tracks deep, poured the environment and built the road bridge as connecting the sides of the path built districts. On 1 May 1910, the new station Frohnau was inaugurated; were counted 1640 visitors. On April 1, 1925 occurred at the site of the steam trains electric train to Oranienburg.

After 1945, the section Wilhelmsruh birch Werder was reduced to a respective track for long-distance and commuter train. Since along the route no dodging were available, the trains were initially run only every hour. In 1948 the clock was compressed by two Dodge in Waidmannslust and Frohnau to 20 minutes. After 1952, the long-distance traffic also was abandoned in the Berlin area, since the route was now in the western part of the city, the tracks were not utilized for the expansion of the S -Bahn route.

During the construction of the Berlin Wall in 1961, the S -Bahn was shut down between the stations Frohnau and Hohen Neuendorf. Despite the shrinking passenger numbers due to the onset after 1961 tram boycott of the operation was maintained along the north runway and even continued after the kingdom workers strike in 1980. Only with the acquisition of operating rights by the SNB on 9 January 1984, the short-term closure. As the passengers spoke out after the takeover by massive protests for an operation, the traffic was taken up again by Frohnau already on 1 October 1984. However, this only lasted until May, 1986, the route was then extensively renovated and restored the second main track throughout. On 22 December 1986, the work was completed. Between 1984 and 1986 the station was also renovated.

After the German reunification was closing the gap on the West Berlin border between Frohnau and Hohen Neuendorf, first single track with an option for reconstruction of the second track, so again a continuous train operating on the Northern Railway to Oranienburg is possible since May 31, 1992. In 2010, the station building was energetically renovated as part of the stimulus package I of the Federal Republic of Germany, the energy consumption was reduced by 41 percent.


The station is served by the S-Bahn line S1, continue to hold the bus lines 220, 125 and N20, the Berlin public transport to the places at the station.

During the day traffic is the second endpoint of each station S-Bahn Line S1 from Wannsee, so far, a 10 - minute cycle is made and further in the direction of Oranienburg a 20 -minute intervals.