Ziegelstein (Nuremberg U-Bahn)

Metro Station Brick ( Abbreviation: CI) is the 38th Metro Station of the Nuremberg U- Bahn and was opened on 27 November 1999. It is 945 meters from Herrnhütte metro station and 2388 meters from the airport metro station. At the railway station, the airport connects to a parking and reversing facility. The metro station is named after the 1920 eingemeindeten Nuremberg district brick, in which it lies.


The station is located in the district of Nuremberg brick and extends below the ground in the south-north direction at the Fritz- Munkert Square and the brick road between Bierweg and Otto -Lilienthal -Straße. The Südaufgang and the elevator led to the Fritz - Munkert Square, the northern rising on the west side of the brick road.

Building and Architecture

The station building is 140 m long, 15 m wide and 9 m deep (one -down position ). Construction began on 23 September 1996 for and were carried out in an open design with Berlin wall. In order to maintain the road on the brick and Rath mountain road during construction, temporary bridges were built over the excavation.

As architectural design means the materials steel and glass were used according to the concept of the professors Hölzinger and Reindl. The platform walls are covered with backlit glass panels. A light band of red LED lights leading from each ascent into the station into and points by a slowing or accelerating light wave retracting subway trains. In the platform ceiling three stained glass panels were installed that are accessible at the surface and provide the platform level with daylight. In one of these fields and the lift is installed.


The station is serviced by the underground lines U2 and the ending here U21. There are bus stops Brick North and South Brick, which are served by the city bus lines 21 and 22 on the surface. The weekend runs the night bus N1.


In the subway station scenes for the music video Forever Trance Formation Dee Dee were filmed. Were produced the recordings of the Nuremberg AVA Studios under the direction of Alexander Diezinger.