S-Bahn Berlin - Cab Rides

Berlin's S-Bahn (a German abbreviation for Stadtschnellbahn, Schnellbahn or Stadtbahn) has a fascinating history that dates back to 1882. Electrified since 1924, divided in two in the Cold War just like the city itself and becoming one of the most important forms of public transport of the capital of Germany after "die Wende". This series features cab rides on 8 different lines of the Berlin S-Bahn.

Credits: Modellbahnertt


S1 - Wannsee to Oranienburg with BR 481
S3 - Erkner to Ostkreuz with BR 481
S5 - Ostbahnhof to Strausberg
S7 - Alexanderplatz to Postdam
S8 - Henningshof to Zeuthen with BR 480
S25 - Teltow Stadt to Henningsdorf with BR 481
S45 - Südkreuz to Schönefeld Airport
S46 - Königs Wusterhausen to Westend with BR 485