Berlin Karl-Bonhoeffer-Nervenklinik station
Entrance building, still named Wittenau Kremm. B.
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Berlin Karl-Bonhoeffer-Nervenklinik is a railway station in the Wittenau district of Berlin, Germany. It is served by the Berlin S-Bahn, the U8 line of the Berlin U-Bahn and named after the adjacent psychiatric hospital. The psychiatrist Karl Bonhoeffer (1868–1948) was the father of the resistance fighters Klaus and Dietrich Bonhoeffer.
The station opened on October 1, 1893 on the railway line from Berlin-Schönholz to Kremmen, meant to serve the asylum established in 1880. It originally received the name Dalldorf (Kremmener Bahn), the former name of Wittenau until 1905, and was renamed Wittenau (Kremmener Bahn) on January 1, 1906, with the appendix distinguishing it from the Berlin-Wittenau railway station on the Nordbahn line. It was connected to the S-Bahn network on March 16, 1927. In 1984 service discontinued and was not resumed until 1995.
Meanwhile the U-Bahn station Karl-Bonhoeffer-Nervenklinik opened in the course of the northern extension of the U8 line on September 29, 1994. The S-Bahn station reopened on May 28, 1995 under the same name, though both stations are separated by a distance of about 200 m (660 ft).
- J. Meyer-Kronthaler, Berlins U-Bahnhöfe, Berlin: be.bra, 1996
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