THE GS TRAM SITE

HAMBURG

BUNDESREPUBLIK DEUTSCHLAND - FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY

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31 May 1970

The Hamburg network on the day U-Bahn lines 22 and 3 were extended, and after the discontinuation of tram line no.7.




DEUTSCHLAND - GERMANY

BERLIN - POTSDAM

DRESDEN

DÜSSELDORF

FRANKFURT AM MAIN

HAMBURG

KÖLN / COLOGNE - BONN

LEIPZIG

MÜNCHEN / MUNICH

STUTTGART


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CENTRAL HAMBURG MAP

Hamburg tram map

ABBREVIATIONS ON THE MAPS

Gm Gänsemarkt Jfs Jungfernstieg
HBhN Hauptbahnhof Nord (Main Station North) LS Lübecker Straße
HBhS Hauptbahnhof Süd (Main Station South) Rh Rathaus (City Hall)


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ROUTES

Operator: Hamburger Hochbahn AG

TRAM ROUTES

  1 Schenefeld - Lurup – Bahrenfeld Trabrennbahn (Bahrenfeld Racetracks) – Bahrenfeld – Ottensen - Bf. Altona (Altona Station) – Landungsbrücken – Rödingsmarkt – Rathaus (City Hall) - Hauptbahnhof (Main Station) - Berliner Tor – Burgstraße - Landwehr – Mundsburg - Mühlenkamp – Goldbekplatz
  2 Schnelsen – Niendorf – Hoheluftbrücke – Dammtor – Gänsemarkt – Rathaus (City Hall) - Hauptbahnhof (Main Station)
  3 Langenfelde – Osterstraße – Dammtor – Gänsemarkt – Rathaus (City Hall) - Hauptbahnhof (Main Station) – St. Georg – Hofweg – Mühlenkamp – Winterhude - Lattenkamp
  4 Niendorf – Hoheluftbrücke – Dammtor – Gänsemarkt – Rathaus (City Hall) [Rush hours only]
  5 Burgstraße – Horner Rennbahn (Horn Racetracks)
  9 Flughafen (Airport) – Alsterdorf – Lattenkamp - Winterhude – Maria-Louisen-Str. – Mittelweg – Dammtor – Gänsemarkt – Rathaus (City Hall) – Hauptbahnhof (Main Station)
  11 Lurup – Bahrenfeld Trabrennbahn (Bahrenfeld Racetracks) – Feldstraße – Rödingsmarkt – Rathaus (City Hall) – Hauptbahnhof (Main Station)
  12 Rathaus (City Hall) – Amsinckstraße – Veddel – Wilhelmsburg - Harburg – Rönneburg
  14 Bf. Altona (Altona Station) – Max-Brauer-Allee – Gärtnerstr. – Martinistr. – Eppendorf - Winterhude - Mühlenkamp – Mundsburg - Berliner Tor – Heidenkampsweg - Veddel
  15 Neues Rathaus (New Altona City Hall) – Bf. Altona (Altona Station) – Max-Brauer-Allee – Gärtnerstr. – Martinistr. – Eppendorf - Winterhude – Mühlenkamp – Mundsburg - Landwehr – Burgstraße
  19 [Rush hours only: Landwehr – Burgstraße - ] Berliner Tor – Heidenkampsweg – Großmannstr. – Billbrook

U-BAHN (UNDERGROUND) LINES

U1 Ohlstedt / Großhansdorf - Volksdorf - Farmsen - Wandsbek Gartenstadt - Wandsbek - Lübecker Straße - Hauptbahnhof Süd (Main Station South) - Rathaus (City Hall) - Jungfernstieg - Dammtor - Klosterstern - Kellinghusenstraße – Alsterdorf - Ohlsdorf - Langenhorn - Ochsenzoll - Garstedt
U21 Hauptbahnhof Nord (Main Station North) - Berliner Tor
U22 Gänsemarkt - Schlump – Lutterothstraße - Hagenbecks Tierpark (Hagenbeck Zoo)
U3 Hauptbahnhof Süd (Main Station South) – Berliner Tor – Mundsburg - Bf. Barmbek – Kellinghusenstraße – Hoheluftbrücke - Schlump – Landungsbrücken – Rödingsmarkt - Rathaus – Hauptbahnhof Süd (Main Station South) [Ring line, both directions]
U3 (Branch:) Berliner Tor – Burgstraße - Horner Rennbahn - Merkenstraße
U3 (Branch:) Bf. Barmbek - Wandsbek Gartenstadt


CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SYSTEM

NETWORK LENGTH

  • Tramway: ? km.
  • U-Bahn (underground): 88.1 km.


HISTORY

  • City trams: (Horse tramway) 16 Aug. 1866 - 27 Dec. 1922; (Steam tramway) 13 May 1878 - 22 June 1897; (Electric tramway) 5 March 1894 - 30 Sept. 1978
  • U-Bahn: 15 Feb. 1912 - today

GAUGE

  • Tramways: 1435 mm.
  • U-Bahn: 1435 mm.

TRAM PRESERVATION

There seems to be no museum devoted to the preservation of trams in Hamburg


SOURCES

PRINT

  • Pagel, M. and Taplin, M.R. Tramways of Western Germany. Hassocks (England): Light Rail Transit Association, 3rd ed., 1980.
  • Schwandl, R. Schwandl's Tram Atlas Deutschland. Berlin: Author, 2009.
  • Straßenbahnatlas 2005: Deutschland. Berlin: Arbeitsgemeinschaft Blickpunkt Straßenbahn e.V., 2005.

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