U-Bahn Eppendorfer Baum
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U-Bahnhof Christuskirche
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U-Bahnhof Rödingsmarkt
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Einfahrender Zug am Rödingsmarkt
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z.B U-Bahn Hoheluftbrücke
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Hamburg began to build its underground in 1906. The first line was opened in 1912. Today the Hamburg underground covers a distance of about 98 kilometres in and around the city. The trains which run underground as well as overground are the most important means of transportation of the “Hamburger Verkehrsverbund”, the Hamburg transport system. The iron constructions including ornaments, stone reliefs and glass panelling of some of the stations give vivid evidence of the era of enthusiasm for industrialisation. The renovated Mundsburg station is a wonderful example of a beautiful art nouveau building.

Additional information

Time limitShooting only possible from 9am on. Not during afternoon rush hours. For shoots on the platforms, less frequented stations recommended, such as "Messehallen" in periods when there is no fair in Hamburg.
Current usePlatform, underground station. Short-version trains can be rented, will run on spare tracks.
NoteTo be granted a general permission it is necessary to send in excerpts from script.
Hamburger Hochbahn Pressestelle
Ansprechpartner Lynn Mohn
Steinstraße 20
20095 Hamburg
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