A trip on the U-Bahn


I think I've mentioned this before, but if not here it is again, the U-Bahn line 3 is my absolute favorite! All of the stations were designed by an architect and each one has its own unique flair. I recently rode the rails from beginning to end and I'm going to share some of what I saw with you. Let's start with Hohenzollernplatz. Like many of the stations on line 3, there are nice murals lining the wall. I especially like this one.


But here is a look at the whole row of murals inside the station. For more murals, visit Monday Mural.

23 comments:

  1. very pretty looking station!

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  2. Our Montreal metro system is also designed by different architects at different stations. I love this, it is very nice!

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  3. I like how they have framed the murals! Nice looking station.

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  4. Du coup maintenant j'ai envie de prendre le métro à Berlin...

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  5. What a lovely way to decorate the station.

    ~Lindy

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  6. That looks very interesting . Have to made that trip myself someday. Thanks for showing.

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  7. Nice and sparkly clean for a station. Love the murals!

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  8. wow, that's a great looking station!

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  9. Well I have to say that's a first Hal, not seen such beautiful murals in a train tunnel before.. brilliant!
    p.s. if you pull my Dead Posh shot in you might see a little bar with a familiar name :)

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  10. I have not seen them all, but those I remember were great!

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  11. This is much different than what I think when I think of a train station! Delightful. I'll look forward to more photos of your trip from beginning to end. Is all Germany excited about the U.S. Open? Martin Kaymer did a magnificent job...

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    1. To be honest, I've been too focused on the World Cup to worry about the US Open. But I am glad Kaymer came through. He is a good player and a good guy.

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  12. There's enough mural material to keep you going for several months there. Thank you visiting my On the Trail mural.

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  13. John said what I thought. You've found a treasure trove of murals. The castle shot you've featured is wonderfully moody and evocative. I have to say I'm impressed with the cleanliness and lighting in this subway stop. Even the ceiling looks decidedly unsubway-like. Thanks for contributing to this week's Monday Mural.

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  14. Oh how I wish I were riding the rails with you! Since I can't, I'm glad you are taking us along through your photos.

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