Here's a look inside Krumme Lanke station. It's the terminus on the southern end of the line, just after Oncle Toms Hütte that I showed you yesterday. This station is also part of the original line which opened in 1929, although it had to be rebuilt in 1989 as it was in poor condition. However, it was done in the same style as the original. Like yesterday's station, I think it looks rather modern. But I guess some things are timeless - like fantastic windows that let in lots of light!
Here's a quick look at the station from outside. It was designed by architect Alfred Grenander who is also known for his work on the London Underground. This is the end of my tour through Line 3 for now, but there are many other nice stations on the line that I'm sure will be featured at some other time.