Station Building

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Between 1902 and 1912, the number of tickets sold annually doubled to 350,000 in the suburban transportation sector, which was introduced in 1890, and to 140,000 in the long-distance sector. This significant increase in public transport led to the expansion of the railway and station facilities.
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The first reception building, opened on July 10, 1877 with the northern line, was a building constructed mainly of red clinker bricks featuring a projecting gable roof and slate roofing. In keeping with the appearance of the school building opposite, a plaster building with historicising elements and a tiled roof was also chosen for the extension structures. It made sense to integrate the existing reception building into the new plaster building with a high tile-covered hipped roof. The structure of the old building with its central avant-corps and the pillar and window divisions was essentially retained. On the roof of the central avant-corps there is a dormer window which is elliptical in shape. Eyebrow dormers break up the roof area on the right and left.

Even today, a closer look reveals the successful architectural relationship between the station building, completed in 1914/15, and the school building.
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Between 1902 and 1912, the number of tickets sold annually doubled to 350,000 in the suburban transportation sector, which was introduced in 1890, and to 140,000 in the long-distance sector. This significant increase in public transport led to the expansion of the railway and station facilities.
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The first reception building, opened on July 10, 1877 with the northern line, was a building constructed mainly of red clinker bricks featuring a projecting gable roof and slate roofing. In keeping with the appearance of the school building opposite, a plaster building with historicising elements and a tiled roof was also chosen for the extension structures. It made sense to integrate the existing reception building into the new plaster building with a high tile-covered hipped roof. The structure of the old building with its central avant-corps and the pillar and window divisions was essentially retained. On the roof of the central avant-corps there is a dormer window which is elliptical in shape. Eyebrow dormers break up the roof area on the right and left.

Even today, a closer look reveals the successful architectural relationship between the station building, completed in 1914/15, and the school building.
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16515 Oranienburg

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Weather Today, 15. 8.

19 30
Partly cloudy throughout the day.

  • Tuesday
    18 31
  • Wednesday
    18 32

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