Rothenburgsort is a station on the Berlin-Hamburg railway line and served by the trains of Hamburg S-Bahn lines S2 and S21. The station was opened in 1907 and is located in the Hamburg district of Rothenburgsort, Germany. Rothenburgsort is part of the borough of Hamburg-Mitte.
|Hamburg S-Bahn station|
|Location||Billhorner Deich 77|
|Operated by||S-Bahn Hamburg GmbH|
|Platforms||1 island platform|
|Station code||ds100: AROP |
|Fare zone||HVV: A/106|
|Opened|| 1 May 1907|
27 July 1915
|Closed||27 July 1943|
|Electrified|| at opening|
1 June 1958
The station was opened in 1907 to serve the commuter rail in Hamburg's south-eastern quarters. From 1915 until 1943, the station was also called by trains of the Hamburger Hochbahn with its tracks and platform located directly to the north of the S-Bahn premises. In 1958 Rothenburgsort station was electrified and integrated into the Hamburg S-Bahn network.
Rothenburgsort station is located on the eastern side of Billhorner Deich, the elevated rail tracks cross the street on an iron bridge. The only entrance to the one island platform is located at this bridge. The station is going to be reconstructed until December 2022, including new bridges over Billhorner Deich. The historical charm will be refurbished, but be brought to the 21st century, including an elevator and a convenience store on platform.
The lines S2 and S21 of Hamburg S-Bahn call at Rothenburgsort station.
The socle level of the former U-Bahn station next to the remaining S-Bahn station
- "Rothenburgsort". bahnhof.de (in German). Deutsche Bahn AG. Retrieved 5 November 2014.
- "Stationspreisliste 2022" [Station price list 2022] (PDF) (in German). DB Station&Service. 7 February 2022. Retrieved 13 March 2022.
- "Tarifplan" (PDF). Hamburger Verkehrsverbund. 9 December 2018. Retrieved 18 October 2019.
- "Haltestelle Rothenburgsort". hamburger-bahnhoefe.de (in German). Retrieved 5 November 2014.
Media related to S-Bahnhof Rothenburgsort at Wikimedia Commons
- Line and route network plans at hvv.de (in German and English)