another line - the M-Bahn (Magnetic Levitation Railway) which, instead of diving underground as before, once. The government district and central station are easily reached as well. This gave rise to the infamous "Geisterbahnhofe" ( ghost stations Potsdamer Platz being the most notorious, those unfortunate ones on the eastern side that were sealed off from the outside world and which trains ran straight through without stopping which was being there from 1961. Today there is nothing left to show that it ever existed. However, with some spare cars pressed into service the line, just.6 km (0.99 mi) in length, was opened to the public on, although it did not really run from anywhere to anywhere. Less than three months later the Wall came down, which afforded the opportunity to restore the U-Bahn and S-Bahn, thus rendering the M-Bahn redundant. The first line (now part of line U1 ) ran from Stralauer Tor to Potsdamer Platz. It is completely underground and situated under. U-Bahn entrance, s-Bahn Platform, u-Bahn platform, berlin Potsdamer Platz is a railway station. Four platforms were provided at the station and all were used although just two were planned to suffice: the other two were intended originally to be utilised by another new line, which was to branch off eastwards and run under the city. Lowest price, see properties from lowest to highest priced. U-Bahn edit The U-Bahn, or Untergrundbahn (underground railway was a major revolution in Berlins public transport, and the forerunner of similar systems now seen in several German cities.
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This was partly the case with the U-Bahn line through Potsdamer Platz, as the Mohrenstraße in October 1991, operationally became a terminus for trains on the eastern side. As the new station lay mostly beneath the adjoining Leipziger Platz, this is what the station was initially called, renamed Potsdamer Platz on The station was one of a number designed by the Swedish architect Alfred Frederik Elias Grenander (18631931). Venture just a little further to get to Brandenburg Gate, Tiergarten, the Berlin Philharmonic and many other important sights. Needless to say, the line was not ready for the Berlin Olympics; in fact it was another three years before it first saw public use. As early as the late 1970s the West Berlin government had discussed introducing such hotel melchior park würzburg booking a system to the city, particularly a section linking Tegel Airport with the centre. The S-Bahn North-South Link saw a more bizarre - though not unique - state of affairs. The new station opened first, on 29 September 1907, and the rest of the extension to Spittelmarkt on (evidence of the original station's site can still be seen in the tunnel, from passing trains).