Germany (Berlin and Brandenburg) - Lines with Obscure or Sparse passenger services

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Introduction

This list is based on the timetable dated from 10 December 2017 to 8 December 2018, unless otherwise stated. Standard abbreviations are explained in General Information. Map references relate to the 2014 issue of the Schweers+Wall Eisenbahnatlas Deutschland.

Obscure services

Routes are listed generally in the following order: (i) Berlin central area; (ii) the Berlin Outer Ring (Außenring) and connections to or from it, in anti-clockwise order starting from Biesdorfer Kreuz; (iii) all others outside the Außenring.

Berlin central area

Berlin-Charlottenburg – Berlin-Halensee (Halensee Kurve)

[200.41, 200.42] (128B3) DE18/251

This south to east curve links the S-Bahn Ringbahn and Stadtbahn lines. It is used by a pair of Ringbahn trains entering or leaving service at Berlin-Charlottenburg.

  • From Halensee: 01:27 SSuX
  • From Berlin-Charlottenburg: 03:55 SSuX

Berlin-Lichtenberg – Berlin-Gesundbrunnen

(129A1-129C3) DE18/252

This is the north-eastern quadrant of the Ringbahn Ferngleis. It is used by the trains between Paris and Moskva, except on the dates in April when they start and terminate at Strasbourg. It was also used by the following summer service.

D1 NEB61187 07:08 Berlin-Lichtenberg - Rheinsberg (Mark)
D1 NEB61198 Rheinsberg (Mark) - 22:40 Berlin-Gesundbrunnen - Berlin-Lichtenberg

D1: 30 March to 28 July and 30 August to 4 November 2018. (Trains only run north of Oranienburg 29 July to 29 August).

The following trains are diverted via the this route, Biesdorfer Kreuz West to Nord and Karow Ost to Berlin-Karow between 10 December and 31 March.

D SO ICE1531 Eisenach - 09:09 Berlin-Gesundbrunnen - Bergen auf Rügen
D ICE1712 München Hbf - 13:51 Berlin-Gesundbrunnen - Ostseebad Binz
D IC2424 Berlin Südkreuz - 15:31 Berlin-Gesundbrunnen - Stralsund Hbf/Ostseebad Binz
D FO IC2426 Köln Hbf - 17:08 Berlin-Gesundbrunnen - Stralsund Hbf
D FSSuX IC2428 Berlin Südkreuz - 18:4 Berlin-Gesundbrunnen - Stralsund Hbf
D FO IC1970 Stuttgart Hbf - 18:21 Berlin-Gesundbrunnen - Stralsund Hbf
D FSSuX IC2429 Stralsund Hbf - 09:49 Bernau (b Berlin) - Berlin Südkreuz
D IC2425 Ostseebad Binz/Stralsund Hbf - 11:50 Bernau (b Berlin) - Berlin Südkreuz
D SuO ICE1729 Ostseebad Binz - 15:02 Eberswalde - München Hbf
D FO IC2325 Stralsund Hbf - 15:02 Eberswalde - Köln Hbf
D SO ICE1736 Bergen auf Rügen - 16:15 Bernau (b Berlin) - Frankfurt am Main Hbf
D SuO IC2427 Stralsund Hbf - 17:20 Bernau (b Berlin) - Köln Hbf
D SuO IC1932 Stralsund Hbf - 18:52 Bernau (b Berlin) - Oldenburg (Oldb) Hbf

Berlin-Gesundbrunnen (Abzw Berlin-Wedding) - Berlin-Jungfernheide (Abzw Moabit Ost)

[206] (128D1-128C2) DE18/253

This section of the Ringbahn Ferngleis is used by trains running direct between Berlin-Gesundbrunnen and Berlin-Spandau, not via Berlin Hbf. RE6 services to and from Wittenberge or Wittstock (Dosse) use this line on Mondays to Fridays at the following times:

From Berlin-Gesundbrunnen: 07:04, 09:05, 09:04, 10:06; 15:05, 16:05, 17:05, 18:05, 19:04, 20:05 (all SSuX).

From Berlin-Spandau: 06:39 and hourly until 09:39; 14:39 and hourly until 19:39 (all SSuX).

The route is also used by the following:

D SO IC2422 Köln Hbf - 13:41 Berlin-Spandau - Stralsund Hbf
FO IC2426 Köln Hbf - 16:52 Berlin-Spandau - Stralsund Hbf/Ostseebad Binz
D SO IC2423 Ostseebad Binz - 13:56 Berlin-Gesundbrunnen - Köln Hbf
FO IC2425 Stralsund Hbf - 15:56 Berlin-Gesundbrunnen - Köln Hbf
SO IC2427 Stralsund Hbf - 17:56 Berlin-Gesundbrunnen - Köln Hbf
SuO IC1932 Stralsund Hbf - 19:32/19:38 Berlin-Gesundbrunnen - Oldenburg (Oldb) Hbf

Berlin-Spandau – Berlin-Staaken (Nennhauser Damm)

[209.13, ODEG RE4] (124D4-124C4) DE18/254

There are two routes between Berlin-Spandau and Staaken. The more northerly route makes a junction with the line from Falkensee about 1 km to the west of Berlin-Spandau. The southern route, mostly following the alignment of the Lehrter Bahn, converges with the main line at the west end of Berlin-Spandau station. Trains using the southern route can call only at platform 6, or use a non-platform track outside the station roof. IC, ICE and EC trains use the northern route in both directions. RE and RB trains generally use the northern route westbound and the southern route eastbound. If an eastbound train is to use the northern route, signal 8942 at Staaken (just east of the station) displays speed restriction ‘6’ (= 60 km/hr) above the main aspect.

Berlin Außenring (Outer Ring) and connections

Details are given of trains using connections on and off the Außenring at each of the junctions. Services referred to, generally operating hourly, are thus:

RE2 Wismar - Wittenberge - Spandau - Alexanderplatz - Königs Wusterhausen - Cottbus 209.24
RE5 Rostock/Stralsund - Oranienburg - Gesundbrunnen - Südkreuz - Elsterwerda 205
RE6 Wittenberge - Neuruppin - Hennigsdorf (reverse) - Spandau (to/from Gesundbrunnen Monday to Friday) 206
RE7 Dessau/Jüterbog - Alexanderplatz - Schönefeld Flughafen - Wünsdorf-Waldstadt 207
RB12 Ostkreuz - Lichtenberg - Oranienburg - Templin Stadt 209.12
RB14 Nauen - Spandau - Alexanderplatz - Schönefeld Flughafen 209.14
RB20 Oranienburg - Hennigsdorf (reverse) - Potsdam Hbf (Monday to Friday only) 209.20
RB21 Friedrichstraße/Potsdam Hbf - Golm - Wustermark 209.21
RB22 Potsdam Hbf - Golm (reverse) - Schönefeld Flughafen - Königs Wusterhausen 209.21
RB24 Eberswalde - Lichtenberg - Ostkreuz - Königs Wusterhausen - Senftenberg 209.24
RB25 Ostkreuz - Lichtenberg - Werneuchen 209.25

Biesdorfer Kreuz

(129D2) DE18/261

Biesdorfer Kreuz West - Biesdorfer Kreuz Nord is used by services RB12, RB24 and RB25. From 10 December until 11 October this curve is also used by trains between Berlin-Gesundbrunnen and Berlin-Karow, which are diverted via Berlin-Lichtenberg.

Biesdorfer Kreuz West - Biesdorfer Kreuz Süd West - Biesdorfer Kreuz Süd: There are two single lines between Biesdorfer Kreuz West and Biesdorfer Kreuz Süd. The short curve (line 6071) is reversible, but the long curve (line 6076) can only be used by trains towards Berlin-Lichtenberg. Generally, the long curve is only used if other movements prevent used of the short one. Biesdorfer Kreuz Süd West is an intermediate junction on the short curve, where it is joined by the line from Rummelsburg. The short curve is used between Biesdorfer Kreuz Süd West and Biesdorfer Kreuz West by:

Locomore Stuttgart Hbf - 11:48 Wolfsburg - Berlin-Lichtenberg
Locomore 14:28 Berlin-Lichtenberg - Stuttgart Hbf

For dates of operation of Locomore services and to make bookings, see the Flixbus website.

The following use the full length of the route between Biesdorfer Kreuz West and Biesdorfer Kreuz Süd:

D2 MSO EN441 18:10 Berlin-Lichtenberg - Moskva Belorusskaja
D2 FSuO EN440 Moskva Belorusskaja - 22:43 Brest Centralnyi - Berlin-Lichtenberg

D2: Only when arriving and departing Berlin on 21, 23 & 28 April and 1 December, as a result of diversion via Cottbus.

Biesdorfer Kreuz Süd West - Biesdorfer Kreuz Nord is a single track parallel with the Außenring which is used by trains between Rummelsburg and the north side of the ring.

SuO IC1924 Köln Hbf - 18:20 Berlin Ostbf - Stralsund Hbf

There is no passenger use of the curves to the Außenring from Biesdorfer Kreuz Ost, nor of the Außenring between Biesdorfer Kreuz Süd and Biesdorfer Kreuz Nord.

Karower Kreuz

(125C2) DE18/262

Berlin-Karow Ost - Berlin-Karow (east to north) is used by RB24. From 10 December until 11 October this curve is also used by trains between Berlin-Gesundbrunnen and Berlin-Karow, which are diverted via Berlin-Lichtenberg.

Berlin-Blankenburg - Berlin-Karow West (south to west) is used by RE5 and IC trains between Berlin and Rostock.

Berlin-Karow Ost - Berlin-Karow West (Außenring ) is used by RB12.

There is no passenger use of the south to east or north to west curves.

Abzw Hohen Neuendorf

(125A1) DE18/263

Schönfließ West - Birkenwerder (east to north) is used by RE5, RB12 and IC trains between Berlin and Rostock. There are two routes. The Lange Kurve runs parallel with the S-Bahn via Hohen Neuendorf, passing below the Außenring. The Kleine Kurve is a direct east to north connection from the Außenring to Birkenwerder. Both routes are reversible single tracks. The Kleine Kurve is used by all northbound trains. Southbound RB12 trains normally run via the Lange Kurve, but others use the Kleine Kurve unless it is necessary to avoid conflict with a westbound freight on the Außenring.

Hohen Neuendorf West - Birkenwerder (west to north) is used by RB20. There are two routes. The Lange Kurve branches south from and then passes below the Außenring having described three-quarters of a circle. It no longer sees regular use. In order to call at Hohen Neuendorf West, RB20 must always use the direct Kleine Kurve.

There is no passenger use of the Außenring between Schönfließ West and Hohen Neuendorf West.

Abzw Hennigsdorf

(124D2) DE18/264

Hennigsdorf Nord (Hdo) - Hennigsdorf (east to south) is used by RB20

Hennigsdorf Nord (Hdw) - Hennigsdorf (west to south) is used by RE6 and RB20

There is no passenger use of the Außenring between Hdo and Hdw, avoiding Hennigsdorf.

Falkenhagener Kreuz

(124B3) DE18/265

Falkenhagen - Finkenkrug (north to east) is used by RE6

Falkenhagen - Brieselang Hasselberg (Außenring ) is used by RB20

There is no passenger use of the curves to the Außenring from Brieselang.

Abzw Wustermark

(124A4) DE18/266

Wustermark - Priort (west to south) is used by RB21

Wustermark Awf - Priort (Außenring ) is used by RB20

There is no passenger use of the curves to the Außenring from Wustermark Rbf and Elstal.

Potsdam

(126A2) DE18/267

Potsdam Park Sanssouci - Golm (east to north) is used by RB20, RB21 and RB22.

Postdam Wildpark West - Werder (Havel) (south to west) is used by:

D FO IC1049 Köln Hbf - 04:40 SO Brandenburg Hbf - Ostseebad Binz
D SO IC1048 Ostseebad Binz - 23:58 Berlin Südkreuz - Köln Hbf

This route has been used by passenger trains on Saturdays and Sundays during the “Baumblütenfest” (Blossom Festival) in Werder. RB22 may be diverted to Werder (Havel), instead of Golm, or other arrangements may be made. For the 2017 festival there was an approximately hourly service between Königs Wusterhausen and Werder (Havel) via Saarmund from about 10:00 until late evening on 29 and 30 April and 1, 6 and 7 May.

Golm - Potsdam Wildpark West (Außenring ) is used by RB22.

There is no passenger use of the north to west curve from Golm to Werder (Havel), nor of the connections from the Außenring to the Belzig line at Wilhelmshorst and Saarmund.

Abzw Genshagener Heide

(127A3) DE18/268

Großbeeren Süd - Genshagener Heide Mitte (north to east) is a loop west of the Berlin - Leipzig main line used by RE5 and by IC/EC trains between Berlin and Dresden.

Großbeeren Süd - Genshagener Heide (north to west) is used by

D FO IC1049 Köln Hbf - 04:40 SO Brandenburg Hbf - Ostseebad Binz
D SO IC1048 Ostseebad Binz - 23:58 Berlin Südkreuz - Köln Hbf

Genshagener Heide - Genhagener Heide Mitte (Außenring) is used by RB22.

There is no passenger use of any of the other curves at Genshagener Heide.

Abzw Glasower Damm

(127C3) DE18/269

Glasower Damm West - Blankenfelde (Glasower Damm Süd) is used by RE5 and by IC/EC trains between Berlin and Dresden.

Glasower Damm West - Glasower Damm Ost (Außenring ) is used by RB22.

Glasower Damm Ost - Glasower Damm Süd is used by RE7.

Grünauer Kreuz

(127D2) DE18/270

Grünauer Kreuz Süd - Berlin-Grünau (south to east) is used by RB22.

Grünauer Kreuz Nord - Berlin-Grünau (north to east) is used by RE2

Grünauer Kreuz Süd - Grünauer Kreuz Nord (Außenring ) is used by RE7, RB14 and:

FO IC1918 Köln Hbf - 18:21 Berlin Ostbf - Dresden Hbf
SuO IC2015 Dresden Hbf - 14:20 Elsterwerda - Köln Hbf

There is no passenger use of the curves to the Außenring from Berlin-Schöneweide.

Wuhlheide

(129D4) DE18/271

Berlin-Eichgestell - Berlin-Ostendgestell (south to west) is used by RE2, RE7, RB14 and:

FO IC1918 Köln Hbf - 18:21 Berlin Ostbf - Dresden Hbf
SX IC1031 Emden Außenhaven/Emden/Braunschweig Hbf - 18:40 Berlin Ostbf - Cottbus
SuX IC1002 Cottbus - 06:52 Königs Wusterhausen - Braunschweig Hbf/Norddeich Mole
SuO IC2015 Dresden Hbf - 14:20 Elsterwerda - Köln Hbf

Berlin Stadtforst - Eichgestell Nord (north to east) is used by trains between Paris and Moskva, except on the dates in April when they start and terminate at Strasbourg.

Berlin-Eichgestell - Eichgestell Nord (Außenring) is used by:

D2 MSO EN441 18:10 Berlin-Lichtenberg - Moskva Belorusskaja
D2 FSuO EN440 Moskva Belorusskaja - 22:43 Brest Centralnyi - Berlin-Lichtenberg

D2: Only when arriving and departing Berlin on 21, 23 & 28 April and 1 December, as a result of diversion via Cottbus.

There is no passenger used of the south to east curve from Berlin-Eichgestell to Berlin Stadtforst.

Berlin Ostbahnhof (Rummeslburg Rgbv) - Biesdorfer Kreuz Süd West

(129C3-129D3) DE18/272

There is no west to north curve at Wuhlheide, but this line enables trains to run between Berlin Ostbahnhof and the north side of the Außenring or Berlin-Lichtenberg.

Locomore Stuttgart Hbf - 11:48 Wolfsburg - Berlin-Lichtenberg
SuO IC1924 Köln Hbf - 18:20 Berlin Ostbf - Stralsund Hbf
Locomore 14:28 Berlin-Lichtenberg - Stuttgart Hbf

For dates of operation of Locomore services and to make bookings, see the Flixbus website.

Other lines outside the Außenring

Rheinsberg (Mark) - Stechlinsee

[NEB RB54] (25D3) DE18/280

There was a weekend service over this branch, requiring special tickets, in July and August 2017. Publicity for 2018 indicates a much longer operating season, with trains daily and makes no reference to a special tickets.

D4 13:20 Rheinsberg (Mark) - Stechlinsee
D4 14:20 Stechlinsee - Rheinsberg (Mark)

D4: 30 March to 4 November 2018

Berlin-Staaken – Stendal – Wolfsburg

[ODEG RE4, 301] (124C4 to 32D4) DE18/281

On this route the double track Schnellfahrstrecke runs alongside one or two other tracks for most of the way. Between Berlin-Staaken and Elstal local passenger trains use a double line immediately south of the Schnellfahrstrecke. There is a single-track local line between Elstal and Wustermark. All passenger trains use the Schnellfahrstrecke between Wustermark and Rathenow. There is no passenger use of the parallel track from Wustermark to Abzw. Ribbeck (east of Buschow), which is not electrified, or from Abzw. Bamme (west of Nennhausen) to Rathenow. RB trains between Rathenow and Stendal use the parallel non-electrified single line. All others use the Schnellfahrstrecke. Between Hämerten (Abzw. Staffelde) and Vinzelberg (Abzw. Nahrstedt) the Schnellfahrstrecke follows a separate route to the south of Stendal, which is used by all trains not calling there. All RB trains west of Stendal use the single, non-electrified line. The two routes diverge slightly at a number of places, particularly at Oebisfelde.

Cottbus

The three lines into Cottbus from the west all split into separate routes to the south side platforms, 1 to 4, and to the higher-numbered middle and north side platforms, as shown on this map.

Cottbus - Stw W10 – Kolkwitz (Cottbus Abzw Cbn)

[ODEG RE2] (49B4) DE18/282

This spur (lines 6203 and 6201) links the Lübbenau line to the middle and north side platforms.

All departures from Cottbus use the middle platform 5 or occasionally 6 and therefore this spur, except IC2432 06:04 (SuX until 9 June) to Norddeich Mole, which uses Platform 1.

Arrivals from Lübbenau use the southern platforms at Cottbus, except the following trains which use platforms 6 or 8:

SSuX RE63954 Berlin Zoologischer Garten - 18:38 Kolkwitz - Cottbus
SX RB18374 Eberswalde Hbf - 22:23 Kolkwitz - Cottbus
RE63994 Wismar/Schwerin Hbf - 00:10 Kolkwitz - Cottbus
Cottbus (Stw W9) – Kolkwitz Süd (Cottbus Abzw Cfw)

[209.43] (49B4) DE18/283

All trains to and from Falkenberg (Elster) now use the middle and north platforms at Cottbus, so this spur no longer has any passenger use.

Cottbus (Südseite Stw W20) – Leuthen (b Cottbus) (Cottbus Südwest Stw B2)

[208] (49B4) DE18/284

All trains to and from Ruhland now use the middle and north platforms at Cottbus, except the following which uses Platform 4 on the south side and therefore this connection:

RE18421 04:14 Cottbus - Falkenberg (Elster)


Falkenberg (Elster)

The Hoyerswerda to Lutherstadt Wittenberg and Leipzig to Cottbus lines cross at Falkenberg (Elster), passing through low-level (unt Bf) and high-level (ob Bf) platforms respectively. A series of curves south-east of the station allow trains to and from the Hoyerswerda line to use the high-level platforms and those to and from the Cottbus line to use the low-level ones, as shown on this map. Platforming arrangements were changed in December 2017, with some through trains reversing at Falkenberg (Elster).

Uebigau (Falkenberg (Elster) Stw B3) – Falkenberg (Elster) unt Bf (Stw W17)

[209.43] (59C1) DE18/285

This combination of curves provides an east to north route, on the south side of the Cottbus – Leipzig line, connecting that line with the low level station at Falkenberg (Elster). It is used by the following trains to and from Cottbus via Finsterwalde, starting or terminating at Falkerberg (Elster):

  • Arrivals: 00:16 (RB18192) & 22:11 (RB18190)
  • Departures: 03:52 SSuX (RB18177), 04:43 (RB18179), 06:52 (RB18183), 08:52 SSuO (RB18185), 16:52 (RB18191) & 18:52 (RB18193)

Other Cottbus via Finsterwalde trains, including RB18185 on Mondays to Fridays, use the high-level platforms.

Bad Liebenwerda (Falkenberg (Elster) Stw W15) – Falkenberg (Elster) ob Bf (Stw W2)

[208] (59C1) DE18/286

This south to west curve connects the line from Elsterwerda-Biehla with the high level platforms at Falkenberg (Elster). It is used by S4 trains from Hoyerswerda to Wurzen via Leipzig, but not in the opposite direction, generally every two hours. Click on the thumbnail for a full sized diagram

Falkenberg (Elster) unt Bf (Stw W17) – Falkenberg (Elster) ob Bf (Stw W2)

[208] (59C1) DE18/287

This route is a combination of parts of the previous two. It allows trains to run in a spiral between the high-level and low-level platforms at Falkenberg (Elster). It is used by:

  • Trains from Leipzig to Hoyerswerda, but not in the opposite direction, which pass through the high level platforms at Falkenberg without stopping and use this route to call at the low level platforms, where they reverse.
  • Trains between Cottbus and Herzberg (Elster), which call at the high level platforms and run through the low level without stopping.

Obscure services: Lines used on an occasional basis for engineering work diversions

Berlin Außenring

DE18/291

The Außenring and its connections to all of the lines radiating from Berlin provide scope for many diversions, including the following:

Karower Kreuz - Berlin-Gesundbrunnen: Trains from the Oranienburg or Bernau lines may be diverted via Berlin-Hohenschönhausen and Berlin-Lichtenberg. This has happened frequently in recent years; see route DE18/252. Such diversions result in an extended journey time.

Karower Kreuz - Berlin Hbf: A less common diversion of trains between Bernau and Berlin is via Falkenhagener Kreuz. In that event they use the curve between Berlin-Karow and Berlin-Karow West and the sections of the Außenring between Schönfließ West and Hohen Neuendorf West and between Hennigsdorf Nord Hdo and Hennigsdorf Nord Hdw. Such a diversion is likely to result in a longer journey time and any call at Berlin-Gesundbrunnen is omitted, but there may be an additional stop at Berlin-Spandau. This happened over the weekend of 4 and 5 November 2017, as a result of bridge works. IC trains between Eberswalde and Berlin are diverted this way on 28 April 2018.

Birkenwerder - Berlin Hbf: Trains between Oranienburg and Berlin Hbf may also be diverted via Falkenhagener Kreuz. In that event they use the section of the Außenring between Hennigsdorf Nord Hdo and Hennigsdorf Nord Hw. Such a diversion may not result in a significantly different journey time, but any call at Berlin-Gesundbrunnen is omitted and there may be an additional stop at Berlin-Spandau. It is possible that trains would use the long curve between Hohen Neuendorf West and Birkenwerder.

Brieslang - Wustermark: Trains between Nauen and Berlin may be diverted via the curves Brieselang to Brieselang-Hasselburg and Wustermark Awf to Elstal in event of engineering work on the line via Falkensee. This may not affect the journey time of express trains between Berlin and Hamburg significantly. Use of this route is best indicated by local trains via Falkensee being replaced by buses.

Saarmund - Golm: RB22 trains were diverted via Michendorf (reverse) and the Wilhelmshorst curve for a period during 2016, while bridge repairs were undertaken on the Außenring.

Genshagener Heide - Blankenfelde: In event of an extended journey time between Berlin-Lichterfelde Ost and Blankenfelde, the train can be expected to reverse at Ludwigsfelde and use the curve between Birkengrund Süd and Genshagener Heide Ost.

Falkenberg (Elster) – Glaubitz (b Riesa) (Abzw. Zeithain Bogendreieck)

(59C1-59C3) DE18/292 [the southern portion of this line is in Sachsen]

This part of the original rail route from Berlin to Dresden links Falkenberg with the Leipzig – Dresden main line near Riesa. The local passenger service has been withdrawn, but owing to engineering work between Berlin and Elsterwerda, all trains between Berlin and Dresden were diverted via this route in 2017. More occasional diversions may occur in future.

Some fast trains between Berlin and Dresden are diverted via this route 17,18,24,25 March and 20 to 23 April 2018.

Ferch-Lienewitz (Abzw Lienewitz Lia) - Beelitz Heilstätten

[207] (47A1) DE18/293

This north to south-west curve is occasionally used by RE7 services between Dessau and Berlin if engineering work is taking place on the direct line between Seddin and Griebnitzsee Ost, requiring diversion via Ferch-Lienewitz and Potsdam Hbf. On such occasions trains are not advertised to make the usual stops between Beelitz Heilstätten and Berlin-Wannsee. This line was used in May and June 2017.

Berlin-Wannsee (Abzw Berlin-Grunewald Gds) - Berlin Hbf (tief) (Abzw Moabit Ost)

[206] (128A3-128C2) DE18/294

This line is used by trains between the Potsdam line and Berlin Hbf (tief) when they are not able to use the Stadtbahn via Berlin-Zoo. No use has been identified in the current timetable but it may be used by diverted trains when the Stadbahn is closed.

See also