Berlin-Waidmannslust station

  • Berliner Northern Railway ( KBS 200.1, 200.85 )


The train station Berlin- Waidmannslust is a station of the S -Bahn to the Northern Railway. It is located in the center of the Berlin hamlet Waidmannslust of the district Reinigendorf. Nearest train station to the north is Hermsdorf, the next station to the south is Wittenau.

For S-Bahn station includes a parking and turning facility, this is just north of the bridge over the Waidmannsluster dam on the former route of the mainline tracks.

The main entrance to the reception building is located at the northern end. This leads to the Waidmannsluster dam and a small forecourt at the Jean -Jaurès Street, here are bicycle parking as well as a P & R car park. In addition, this bus stops are located. Another access at the southern end of the platform into a pedestrian tunnel. This flows east into Am Waidmannseck west and also to the Jean -Jaurès Street, where there are more bicycle parking.


On May 20, 1884, the original colony Waidmannslust received its own needs breakpoint at Berlin's northern runway. Financed this was the forester and innkeeper Ernst Bondick who promoted the exploration and settlement of his lands during this time. Long before since 1877 wrong here, the northern railway between Berlin and Stralsund. In 1891 the line was double-tracked expanded and placed high in the years 1908-1912 at its present level, this suburb separate tracks between healthy well and Frohnau were built by remote tracks. Also, the station building and the bridges over the Waidmannsluster dam date from this period, and are now a protected monument. On June 5, 1925 occurred at the site of the steam trains electric train, first to Birkenwerder, then later up to Oranienburg.

On 2 May 1929, the extension of the tram line along the Wittenauer Cyklopstraße was ( partially today Jean -Jaurès Street) open until Waidmannslust Station, line 68. With the increased wartime setting Bus lines came on October 16, 1939 added the amplifier line 274. Both lines wrong then until 1 July 1942 to Waidmannslust station.

After 1945, the section Wilhelmsruh birch Werder was reduced to one track each for mainline and S-Bahn. 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 also was the long-distance transport in the Berlin area, since the route was now in the western part of the city, abandoned, 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 interrupted between the stations Frohnau and Hohen Neuendorf. In the same year the southern entrance was bricked up. 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 lasted only until May 5, 1986, the route was then extensively renovated and restored the second main track throughout. On 22 December 1986, the work was completed.

After the German reunification the gap closure was carried out by the West Berlin border between Frohnau and Hohen Neuendorf, so again continuous S-Bahn operating on the Northern Railway to Oranienburg is possible since May 31, 1992. A planned filling of the southern pedestrian tunnel prevented the district Reinickendorf, when he used it in one's own responsibility.

In 2001, the entrance building was rehabilitated and nearly converted back to its original state. On 29 January 2007 an elevator was put into operation.

The electronic interlocking controls Waidmannslust Since October 2011 the section between Schönholz (a) and Hohen Neuendorf (a). This is the first section, which was converted to the new train control system of the S -Bahn Berlin ( ZBS ). The building of the control computer is not at the station Waidmannslust, but at Hermsdorf station.

After several years of delays began in March 2012, the reconstruction of the hitherto closed southern platform access, in this context, the staircase and the roof were rebuilt. At the end of the same year, the access could be released. 900,000 euros have been invested for this purpose.


In addition to the S -Bahn lines S1 and S85 keep the bus lines 222 and 322 and the N22 night bus to the Berlin public transport on the station forecourt. The night bus N20 holds about 250 meters away on the corner Waidmannsluster Damm / Oraniendamm. The line S85 ends coming from the south here.