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Stralsund Hauptbahnhof

Stralsund Hauptbahnhof is the main station in Western Pomerania and the main station for railway lines running to Hamburg, Bergen auf Rügen and Berlin in the German Hanseatic city of Stralsund. It is owned and operated by Deutsche Bahn.

Stralsund Hauptbahnhof
Through station
The station building in 2019
LocationTribseer Damm 75, Stralsund, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
Germany
Coordinates54°18′31″N13°04′38″E /54.30861°N 13.07722°E /54.30861; 13.07722Coordinates: 54°18′31″N13°04′38″E /54.30861°N 13.07722°E /54.30861; 13.07722
Owned byDeutsche Bahn
Operated by
Line(s)
Platforms3
Tracks6
Train operatorsDB Fernverkehr, DB Regio Nordost, Ostdeutsche Eisenbahn GmbH
Connections
  • ICEICRE 3RE 5RE 9RE 10
Construction
ArchitectAlexander Rüdell
Architectural styleGothic Revival
Other information
Station code6049
DS100 codeWSR
IBNR8010338
Category3
Websitewww.bahnhof.de
History
Opened1 January 1878
Key dates
1905Rebuilt 28 March
Services
Preceding station DB Fernverkehr Following station
Greifswald
towards Köln Hbf
Bergen auf Rügen
Greifswald
Terminus
Velgast
Velgast Bergen auf Rügen
Velgast
Velgast Terminus
Greifswald
towards Munich Hbf
Bergen auf Rügen
Velgast
towards Köln Hbf
Velgast
IC 26
Terminus
Velgast
EC/IC 30
Bergen auf Rügen
Greifswald
Terminus
Preceding station DB Regio Nordost Following station
Terminus Miltzow
towards Falkenberg
Zarrendorf
Preceding station ODEG Following station
Stralsund-Grünhufe
towards Rostock Hbf
Stralsund Rügendamm
Wüstenfelde
towards Züssow
Terminus
Location
Stralsund Hauptbahnhof
Location within Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
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Stralsund Hauptbahnhof
Location within Germany
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Stralsund Hauptbahnhof
Location within Europe
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Contents

Construction of the present-day station near the centre of the city started on 9 November 1903 and it was inaugurated on 28 March 1905.

Old station building

Its predecessor was a wooden building constructed in 1863 in the suburb of Tribseer Vorstadt. The construction of this station and the railway to Stralsund had been promoted by the merchants and entrepreneurs of Stralsund since 1844. They joined together in the same year as the "Society for the attainment of a railway from Berlin via Neu-Strelitz to Stralsund" (German: Verein zur Erlangung einer Eisenbahn von Berlin über Neu-Strelitz nach Stralsund) and set out its proposals in a memorandum. They also put this matter before the competent authorities in Berlin. The association developed a concept for the construction of the line and accumulated large financial resources. These efforts, however, always failed at the Prussian Ministry in Berlin and the proposals were refused in the 1840s and 1850s. Finally in 1863 a branch line from Angermünde was built from the Berlin–Stettin line (which had opened in 1843) via Prenzlau, Pasewalk, Anklam and Greifswald to Stralsund. On 26 October 1863 the line reached Stralsund. Due to the nature of Stralsund as a fortress, the station building was built only of wood at the instigation of the Prussian war ministry. In the event of an attack on the city, the building could be destroyed quickly. The building measured about 30 × 10 metres and had two waiting rooms. The platforms were not covered, and passengers had to walk along the tracks to reach the platforms.

Despite its initial success in having the branch from Angermünde built, the Stralsund Society continued to campaign for a direct connection, known as the "Northern Railway". In 1869 a plan was prepared for the laying of a railway line from Berlin to Neustrelitz, Stralsund and Cape Arkona, including a fixed crossing of the Strelasund, which was not realized until 1936. The opening of the Prussian Northern Railway to its terminus at Stralsund was finally celebrated on 1 January 1878, with the arrival of the first train from Berlin.

After the demilitarisation of Stralsund, the call for a new, more modern and higher capacity station became louder. The new station was built of brick and opened to traffic on 29 March 1905. The design for the station building was prepared by the Royal Railway Directorate in Stettin (now Szczecin). The processing of the detailed architectural design and construction management was supervised by Alexander Rüdell, with its implementation handled by Hans Stubbe, who was later a professor at the Braunschweig University of Technology.

A tower next to the hall, which houses a staircase, represents the architecture of the three parishes of greater Stralsund. The entrance hall is 22.12 metres long, 9.90 metres wide and almost 15 metres high. Above the entrance and access to the platforms are large glass facades. Station services were located in the western area of the hall. Three waiting rooms were built in the eastern area: one for ladies only, one for 1st and 2nd class passengers and one for 3rd and 4th class passengers. Access to the six platforms became somewhat easier, although travellers who wished to use the line to Rostock opened in 1888 had to continue to cross the tracks. Only later was a tunnel built. The three platform tracks for trains to and from Rostock are through tracks. The other three platforms (1 - 3) were built as terminal tracks.

Tracks on the approach from Rostock

The station building was built on the area of a former cattle loading ramp on Tribseer Damm (street). Originally there was an area for the operation of carriages to pick up passengers to depart from the station. Later a tramway and a light railway were opened. Today there is short-term parking and a taxi rank in this area.

On the evening of 28 March 1905 a festival was held to dedicate the new station. This lasted until the early morning hours, with the departure of train No. 206 to Neubrandenburg.

In the 1930s, the Stralsund artist Erich Kliefert received a commission to design the lobby. He placed a large colour display of Stralsund from the air on the western side at the top of the hall and on the eastern side there is a similar representation of the island of Rügen.

In the 1990s the building was refurbished and the area in front of the platforms was covered with a large glass structure. The sanitary facilities were renovated and shops were established in the station.

UBB train in station

The station is served by the following services:

Line Route Frequency Rolling stock Operator
ICE 10 Ostseebad BinzStralsundGreifswaldBerlin HbfBerlin Südkreuz (– PotsdamBrandenburgMagdeburgBraunschweigHannoverBielefeldHamm (Westf)DortmundEssenDuisburgDüsseldorf HbfCologne) One train pair

(seasonal on weekends)

ICE 2 DB Fernverkehr
ICE 14

IC 14

Ostseebad Binz – Bergen auf RügenStralsundBerlin Hbf (– Berlin Südkreuz) Individual services (Fri/Sat). IC and ICE services. ICE 1, ICE 4, BR 101 + intercity cars,
(– Hannover DuisburgKöln)
BremenOldenburg)
ICE 25 Ostseebad Binz – Stralsund – Rostock – Schwerin – Hamburg – Hannover – Göttingen – Würzburg – Nuremberg Individual trains ICE-T
ICE 26 Ostseebad Binz – StralsundRostockSchwerinHamburg (– HannoverGöttingenFrankfurt) Individual trains ICE 1, ICE-T
ICE 28 Ostseebad Binz – Stralsund – Berlin – Leipzig (– Jena ParadiesNurembergMunich) Individual trains ICE-T
ICE 39 Ostseebad Binz – StralsundRostockHamburg-HarburgMünster (Westf)HagenKöln Individual trains ICE 1 (short)
IC 26 StralsundRostockHamburg (– HannoverGöttingenFrankfurt) Individual trains BR 101 + intercity cars
EC/IC 30 Ostseebad Binz StralsundRostockHamburgMünster (Westf)EssenKölnKoblenz (– MannheimStuttgart) One train pair (seasonal)
Greifswald
RE 3 StralsundZüssowPasewalkAngermündeErberswaldeBerlin-GesundbrunnenBerlin HbfBerlin SüdkreuzLudwigsfeldeLuckenwaldeJüterbogFalkenberg every 2 hours Engine + bilevel car DB Regio Nordost
RE 5 StralsundNeubrandenburgNeustrelitzOranienburgBerlin-GesundbrunnenBerlin HbfBerlin Potsdamer PlatzBerlin-SüdkreuzBlankenfeldeWünsdorf-Waldstadt every 2 hours Engine + bilevel car / Bombardier Talent 2
RE 9 Ostseebad BinzProra Lietzow (Rügen)Bergen auf RügenSamtensStralsundVelgastRibnitz-Damgarten WestRostock Hourly to Lietzow, every two hours to Stralsund, individual trains to Rostock Siemens Desiro Mainline Ostdeutsche Eisenbahn
SassnitzSagard
RE 10 (RostockRibnitz-Damgarten WestVelgast –) StralsundGreifswaldZüssow Every two hours Stralsund – Züssow; individual trains Stralsund – Rostock
  1. Eisenbahnatlas Deutschland (German railway atlas) (2009/2010 ed.). Schweers + Wall. 2009. ISBN 978-3-89494-139-0.
  2. "Stationspreisliste 2021" [Station price list 2021](PDF) (in German). DB Station&Service. 16 November 2020. Retrieved3 December 2020.
  3. “Vorläufige Ansichten über eine Berlin-Stralsunder Eisenbahn“. Stralsund 1844
  4. Stralsunder Tageblatt (in German). 29 March 1905.Missing or empty |title= ()
  5. Timetables for Stralsund Hbf
  • Neumerkel, Andreas (19 January 2005). "Stralsunder Hauptbahnhof wird 100 Jahre alt" (in German). Ostsee-Zeitung.
  • Ewe, Herbert (1984). Geschichte der Stadt Stralsund (in German). Weimar: Hermann Böhlaus Nachfolger.
  • Birkholz (1921). "Der Bahnhof in Stralsund". Zentralblatt der Bauverwaltung (in German). 41 (51): 313–315.
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Stralsund Hauptbahnhof Language Watch Edit Stralsund Hauptbahnhof is the main station in Western Pomerania and the main station for railway lines running to Hamburg Bergen auf Rugen and Berlin in the German Hanseatic city of Stralsund It is owned and operated by Deutsche Bahn Stralsund HauptbahnhofThrough stationThe station building in 2019LocationTribseer Damm 75 Stralsund Mecklenburg Vorpommern GermanyCoordinates54 18 31 N 13 04 38 E 54 30861 N 13 07722 E 54 30861 13 07722 Coordinates 54 18 31 N 13 04 38 E 54 30861 N 13 07722 E 54 30861 13 07722Owned byDeutsche BahnOperated byDB Netz DB Station amp ServiceLine s Rostock Stralsund KBS 100 165 Stralsund Pasewalk KBS 192 193 KBS 203 Stralsund Bergen KBS 195 Stralsund Neubrandenburg KBS 205 Platforms3Tracks6Train operatorsDB Fernverkehr DB Regio Nordost Ostdeutsche Eisenbahn GmbHConnectionsICE IC RE 3 RE 5 RE 9 RE 10ConstructionArchitectAlexander RudellArchitectural styleGothic RevivalOther informationStation code6049DS100 codeWSR 1 IBNR8010338Category3 2 Websitewww bahnhof deHistoryOpened1 January 1878Key dates1905Rebuilt 28 MarchServicesPreceding station DB Fernverkehr Following stationGreifswaldtowards Koln Hbf ICE 10 Bergen auf Rugentowards Ostseebad BinzGreifswaldtowards Berlin Hbf Berlin Sudkreuz Oldenburg Hbf or Koln Hbf ICE 14TerminusVelgasttowards Nuremberg Hbf or Munich Hbf ICE 25Velgasttowards Nuremberg Hbf Bergen auf Rugentowards Ostseebad BinzVelgasttowards Frankfurt Hbf ICE 26Velgasttowards Schwerin Hbf Hamburg Harburg Gottingen Hbf Kassel Wilhelmshohe Frankfurt Hbf or Karlsruhe Hbf TerminusGreifswaldtowards Munich Hbf ICE 28 Bergen auf Rugentowards Ostseebad BinzVelgasttowards Koln Hbf ICE 39Velgasttowards Frankfurt Hbf IC 26 TerminusVelgasttowards Koblenz Hbf or Stuttgart Hbf EC IC 30 Bergen auf Rugentowards Ostseebad BinzGreifswaldTerminusPreceding station DB Regio Nordost Following stationTerminus RE 3 Miltzowtowards FalkenbergRE 5 Zarrendorftowards Wunsdorf WaldstadtPreceding station ODEG Following stationStralsund Grunhufetowards Rostock Hbf RE 9 Stralsund Rugendammtowards Ostseebad Binz or SassnitzRE 10 Wustenfeldetowards ZussowTerminusLocationStralsund HauptbahnhofLocation within Mecklenburg VorpommernShow map of Mecklenburg VorpommernStralsund HauptbahnhofLocation within GermanyShow map of GermanyStralsund HauptbahnhofLocation within EuropeShow map of Europe Contents 1 Station 2 Train services 3 Notes 4 References 5 External linksStation EditConstruction of the present day station near the centre of the city started on 9 November 1903 and it was inaugurated on 28 March 1905 Old station building Its predecessor was a wooden building constructed in 1863 in the suburb of Tribseer Vorstadt The construction of this station and the railway to Stralsund had been promoted by the merchants and entrepreneurs of Stralsund since 1844 They joined together in the same year as the Society for the attainment of a railway from Berlin via Neu Strelitz to Stralsund German Verein zur Erlangung einer Eisenbahn von Berlin uber Neu Strelitz nach Stralsund and set out its proposals in a memorandum 3 They also put this matter before the competent authorities in Berlin The association developed a concept for the construction of the line and accumulated large financial resources These efforts however always failed at the Prussian Ministry in Berlin and the proposals were refused in the 1840s and 1850s Finally in 1863 a branch line from Angermunde was built from the Berlin Stettin line which had opened in 1843 via Prenzlau Pasewalk Anklam and Greifswald to Stralsund On 26 October 1863 the line reached Stralsund Due to the nature of Stralsund as a fortress the station building was built only of wood at the instigation of the Prussian war ministry In the event of an attack on the city the building could be destroyed quickly The building measured about 30 10 metres and had two waiting rooms The platforms were not covered and passengers had to walk along the tracks to reach the platforms Despite its initial success in having the branch from Angermunde built the Stralsund Society continued to campaign for a direct connection known as the Northern Railway In 1869 a plan was prepared for the laying of a railway line from Berlin to Neustrelitz Stralsund and Cape Arkona including a fixed crossing of the Strelasund which was not realized until 1936 The opening of the Prussian Northern Railway to its terminus at Stralsund was finally celebrated on 1 January 1878 with the arrival of the first train from Berlin After the demilitarisation of Stralsund the call for a new more modern and higher capacity station became louder The new station was built of brick and opened to traffic on 29 March 1905 The design for the station building was prepared by the Royal Railway Directorate in Stettin now Szczecin The processing of the detailed architectural design and construction management was supervised by Alexander Rudell with its implementation handled by Hans Stubbe who was later a professor at the Braunschweig University of Technology A tower next to the hall which houses a staircase represents the architecture of the three parishes of greater Stralsund The entrance hall is 22 12 metres long 9 90 metres wide and almost 15 metres high Above the entrance and access to the platforms are large glass facades Station services were located in the western area of the hall Three waiting rooms were built in the eastern area one for ladies only one for 1st and 2nd class passengers and one for 3rd and 4th class passengers Access to the six platforms became somewhat easier although travellers who wished to use the line to Rostock opened in 1888 had to continue to cross the tracks Only later was a tunnel built The three platform tracks for trains to and from Rostock are through tracks The other three platforms 1 3 were built as terminal tracks Tracks on the approach from Rostock The station building was built on the area of a former cattle loading ramp on Tribseer Damm street Originally there was an area for the operation of carriages to pick up passengers to depart from the station Later a tramway and a light railway were opened Today there is short term parking and a taxi rank in this area On the evening of 28 March 1905 a festival was held to dedicate the new station This lasted until the early morning hours with the departure of train No 206 to Neubrandenburg 4 In the 1930s the Stralsund artist Erich Kliefert received a commission to design the lobby He placed a large colour display of Stralsund from the air on the western side at the top of the hall and on the eastern side there is a similar representation of the island of Rugen In the 1990s the building was refurbished and the area in front of the platforms was covered with a large glass structure The sanitary facilities were renovated and shops were established in the station Train services Edit UBB train in station The station is served by the following services 5 Line Route Frequency Rolling stock OperatorICE 10 Ostseebad Binz Stralsund Greifswald Berlin Hbf Berlin Sudkreuz Potsdam Brandenburg Magdeburg Braunschweig Hannover Bielefeld Hamm Westf Dortmund Essen Duisburg Dusseldorf Hbf Cologne One train pair seasonal on weekends ICE 2 DB FernverkehrICE 14 IC 14 Ostseebad Binz Bergen auf Rugen Stralsund Berlin Hbf Berlin Sudkreuz Individual services Fri Sat IC and ICE services ICE 1 ICE 4 BR 101 intercity cars Hannover Duisburg Koln Bremen Oldenburg ICE 25 Ostseebad Binz Stralsund Rostock Schwerin Hamburg Hannover Gottingen Wurzburg Nuremberg Individual trains ICE TICE 26 Ostseebad Binz Stralsund Rostock Schwerin Hamburg Hannover Gottingen Frankfurt Individual trains ICE 1 ICE TICE 28 Ostseebad Binz Stralsund Berlin Leipzig Jena Paradies Nuremberg Munich Individual trains ICE TICE 39 Ostseebad Binz Stralsund Rostock Hamburg Harburg Munster Westf Hagen Koln Individual trains ICE 1 short IC 26 Stralsund Rostock Hamburg Hannover Gottingen Frankfurt Individual trains BR 101 intercity carsEC IC 30 Ostseebad Binz Stralsund Rostock Hamburg Munster Westf Essen Koln Koblenz Mannheim Stuttgart One train pair seasonal GreifswaldRE 3 Stralsund Zussow Pasewalk Angermunde Erberswalde Berlin Gesundbrunnen Berlin Hbf Berlin Sudkreuz Ludwigsfelde Luckenwalde Juterbog Falkenberg every 2 hours Engine bilevel car DB Regio NordostRE 5 Stralsund Neubrandenburg Neustrelitz Oranienburg Berlin Gesundbrunnen Berlin Hbf Berlin Potsdamer Platz Berlin Sudkreuz Blankenfelde Wunsdorf Waldstadt every 2 hours Engine bilevel car Bombardier Talent 2RE 9 Ostseebad Binz Prora Lietzow Rugen Bergen auf Rugen Samtens Stralsund Velgast Ribnitz Damgarten West Rostock Hourly to Lietzow every two hours to Stralsund individual trains to Rostock Siemens Desiro Mainline Ostdeutsche EisenbahnSassnitz Sagard RE 10 Rostock Ribnitz Damgarten West Velgast Stralsund Greifswald Zussow Every two hours Stralsund Zussow individual trains Stralsund RostockNotes Edit Eisenbahnatlas Deutschland German railway atlas 2009 2010 ed Schweers Wall 2009 ISBN 978 3 89494 139 0 Stationspreisliste 2021 Station price list 2021 PDF in German DB Station amp Service 16 November 2020 Retrieved 3 December 2020 Vorlaufige Ansichten uber eine Berlin Stralsunder Eisenbahn Stralsund 1844 Stralsunder Tageblatt in German 29 March 1905 Missing or empty title help Timetables for Stralsund HbfReferences EditNeumerkel Andreas 19 January 2005 Stralsunder Hauptbahnhof wird 100 Jahre alt in German Ostsee Zeitung Ewe Herbert 1984 Geschichte der Stadt Stralsund in German Weimar Hermann Bohlaus Nachfolger Birkholz 1921 Der Bahnhof in Stralsund Zentralblatt der Bauverwaltung in German 41 51 313 315 External links EditGleisplan des Stralsunder Hbf auf den Seiten der DB AGWikimedia Commons has media related to Stralsund Hauptbahnhof Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title Stralsund Hauptbahnhof amp oldid 1045920274, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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