Franz-Neumann-Platz (Berlin U-Bahn)

Metro Station Franz- Neumann-Platz (Am Schäfersee ) is located on the subway line 8 of the Berlin U -Bahn. It was opened on 27 April 1987 together with the stations Paracelsus-Bad and residence street under the name of residence road route. The station is located in the district of Reinickendorf of the district of the same and is 1060 meters from Oslo's Underground Station and 746 meters from the residence Underground Station. In the station list of the BVG he is called FN.

The station has a central platform, each with an output at the two railway Rising, the usher on escalators in lobbies. Theme of the interior design, which is derived from the architect Rainer G. Rümmler, is located immediately west Schäfersee. On the walls, trees and colorful birds are shown, the platform is decorated in earth tones. At the center supports yellow plastic rails attached that lead up to the ceiling, as well as the elongated strips at the corners are lined green, so that the central columns represent trees.


At the metro station is a transfer possibility from the U8 to the bus lines 128, 250 and 327 of the Berlin Transport Authority.