Posted on September 27, 2019September 28, 2019 by WillemFriday/ U-bahn stations Here are my favorite U-bahn station photos, so far. There is a brand new station at the end of the U4 line that I will go and check out tomorrow. Messberg station on the U1 line. The entrance hall at Rathaus station on the U3 line. Jungfernstieg station on the U2 and U4 lines. Hauptbahnhof Süd station on the U3 line. Berliner Tor station on the U2, U3 & U4 lines. Niendorf Markt station on the U2 line, northeast of the city. Emilien Strasse station on the U2 line. Schlump station on the U2 and U3 lines. Sierich Strasse station on the U3 line. The train cars are model DT5’s, made by Alstom & Bombardier. The DT5’s were put in service in 2012 and were the first cars to have air conditioning and gangways between cars. And yes: there is a DT6 in the works, that will be able to be operated without a driver. Here is an inside view from my seat in a DT5 car. Hamburger Hochbahn AG, founded in 1911, operates most of the underground train lines in Hamburg. The entrance hall to Saarland Strasse station on the U3 line features squares and rectangles. I love the blue glass panes at Hamburger Strasse station. (Yes, people living in Hamburg are Hamburgers! – but not the kind that we eat!). I had just stepped off the train at Gänsemarkt station on the U2 line, and there it went, sucked in by the end of the tunnel. Aw. Live a dream – a career in the Hamburg police force, says this recruitment poster for the Hamburg police force. Shades of blue and gray at the Überseequartier station on the U4 line. And here is the platform of Überseequartier station on the U4 line. This is HafenCity Universität station. The color of the boxes of overhead lights changes all the time.