S8 (Berlin)

S8 is a line on the Berlin S-Bahn.[1] It operates from Zeuthen to Birkenwerder over:

  • the Görlitz line, opened in 1866 and electrified in 1929,
  • the Ring line, completed in 1877 and electrified in 1926,
  • the Outer ring, completed on 22 November 1952 and electrified for the S-Bahn in 1962,
  • and a short section of the Prussian Northern line, opened on 10 July 1877 and electrified on 8 August 1925.
Berlin S8.svg
Overview
LocaleBerlin
Service
SystemBerlin S-Bahn
Operator(s)S-Bahn Berlin GmbH
Rolling stockBVG Class 480
Technical
Electrification750 V DC Third rail
Route map
Zeuthen
Berlin S46.svg
Eichwalde
Berlin S46.svg
Grünau
Berlin S46.svg Berlin S85.svg
Adlershof
Berlin S45.svg Berlin S46.svg Berlin S85.svg Berlin S9.svg
Johannisthal
Berlin S45.svg Berlin S46.svg Berlin S85.svg Berlin S9.svg
Schöneweide
Berlin S45.svg Berlin S46.svg Berlin S47.svg Berlin S85.svg Berlin S9.svg Berlin Tram M17.svg VBB Bahn-Regionalverkehr.svg
Baumschulenweg
Berlin S45.svg Berlin S46.svg Berlin S47.svg Berlin S85.svg Berlin S9.svg
Plänterwald
Berlin S85.svg Berlin S9.svg
Treptower Park
Berlin S41.svg Berlin S42.svg Berlin S85.svg Berlin S9.svg
Ostkreuz
Berlin S3.svg Berlin S41.svg Berlin S42.svg Berlin S5.svg Berlin S7.svg Berlin S75.svg Berlin S85.svg VBB Bahn-Regionalverkehr.svg
Frankfurter Allee
Berlin S41.svg Berlin S42.svg Berlin S85.svg Berlin U5.svg Berlin Tram M13.svg
Storkower Straße
Berlin S41.svg Berlin S42.svg Berlin S85.svg
Landsberger Allee
Berlin S41.svg Berlin S42.svg Berlin S85.svg Berlin Tram M5.svg Berlin Tram M6.svg Berlin Tram M8.svg
Greifswalder Straße
Berlin S41.svg Berlin S42.svg Berlin S85.svg Berlin Tram M4.svg
Prenzlauer Allee
Berlin S41.svg Berlin S42.svg Berlin S85.svg Berlin Tram M2.svg
Schönhauser Allee
Berlin S41.svg Berlin S42.svg Berlin S85.svg Berlin U2.svg Berlin Tram M1.svg
Bornholmer Straße
Berlin S1.svg Berlin S2.svg Berlin S25.svg Berlin S26.svg Berlin S85.svg Berlin Tram M13.svg
Pankow
Berlin S2.svg Berlin S85.svg Berlin U2.svg Berlin Tram M1.svg
Pankow-Heinersdorf
Berlin S2.svg
Blankenburg
Berlin S2.svg
BrandenburgBerlin state border
Mühlenbeck-Mönchmühle
Schönfließ
Bergfelde
Hohen Neuendorf
Berlin S1.svg
Birkenwerder
Berlin S1.svg VBB Bahn-Regionalverkehr.svg
(valid as of 10 December 2017)

In popular cultureEdit

An S8 train to Zeuthen appears in the opening frames of Pet Shop Boys' music video for the single Leaving from the album Elysium (2012).

GalleryEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "S-Bahn Network Map" (pdf). S-Bahn Berlin GmbH. 2008-06-27. Retrieved 4 June 2010.

External linksEdit