Berlin-Schlachtensee station

  • Wannseebahn ( 15.3 km )


The train station Berlin -Schlachtensee is a station of the Berlin S -Bahn on the border between the Berlin districts Nikolasee and Zehlendorf. It is named after the Schlachtensee, which is located north of the station.

Location and construction

The S-Bahn station is located at kilometer 15.3 of the Old Wannseebahn. Situated in the district of Steglitz -Zehlendorf districts Nikolasee and Zehlendorf adjacent to each other in the station area.

The station includes a partially covered central platform of 230 meters in length, the interlocking Sts, located between the tracks and the former station building south of the railway tracks. The building dates back to the inaugural year in 1874 and is like the reception hall of the station Lichterfelde West built in the style of a Tuscan villa. However, the prospect Laube is no longer on the path to the body belonging tower. It serves as a restaurant and residential purposes.

The total investment is entered in the Berlin state monument list.


The station was opened together with the Old Wannseebahn on 1 June 1874. He initially had two side platforms and the reception building. During the construction of the New Wannseebahn the plant was rebuilt and replaced by an offset to the east central platform. The station building thereby lost its reference to the train station and from then served private purposes. To the west of the platform was a single-track reversing facility. In addition, there was a four-track freight yard at the southeast end station.

Since 15 May 1933, the station of the electric trains of the Berlin S -Bahn is operated. For also trains running on the old Wannseebahn banker trains between Potsdamer Bahnhof Wannsee and the platforms were extended to 200 meters to allow a possible operation with ten- car trains. The downside plant was expanded, however.

During the Second World War, the station suffered no major damage. The decline began primarily with the S-Bahn boycott in 1961 and the associated decline in passenger numbers. The traffic at the freight station also fell sharply and led to its closure in 1970. Late 1970s, the tracks were removed. The kingdom workers strike in 1980, the S - train traffic was stopped at the Wannsee train. The acquisition of operating rights of the West Berlin S -Bahn by the Berlin public transport followed the restoration of the route and the adjacent stations. The reopening of the Wannsee railway took place on 1 February 1985. Later, an elevator for accessibility has been incorporated.


The S-Bahn station is served by the S1 line of the Berlin S-Bahn. There are no interchanges with other lines of the Berlin transport.

Pictures of Berlin-Schlachtensee station