Berlin S-Bahn S7 Train from Potsdam Hauptbahnhof to Berlin Zoologischer Garten
The Berlin S-Bahn is the suburban railway network operating on main railway lines on stopping services. Heading back to Berlin, I took the Berlin S-Bahn S7 train from Potsdam Hauptbahnhof as there was no departing RE1 train, and the S7 while stopping at more stations have frequent departures.
The façade of Potsdam Hauptbahnhof on the Nuthe-Park side.
Berlin S-Bahn S7
The DBAG Class 481 operating on the Berlin S-Bahn S7.
The interior of the DBAG Class 481 consisting mainly of facing bays of 4 seats.
Longitudinal seating is available near the gangway.
The overall route map for the Berlin S-Bahn, U-Bahn, and Regio.
The Berlin S-Bahn S7 is indicated in purple, running on the east-west line through Berlin.
Departing from Potsdam Hauptbahnhof.
Making a brief stop at Babelsberg.
Even though this train is for local services, it was quite comfortable being an empty train so far.
Making a brief stop at Griebnitzsee.
Passing by a cripple siding.
Making a brief stop at Berlin-Wannsee.
Berlin-Wannsee is an interchange station with the S7 and S1 on the Berlin S-Bahn. On the DB Regio Nordost, this is an interchange with RE1, RE7, RB21, and RB22, and on the Ostdeutsche Eisenbahn, the RB33.
Making a brief stop at Nikolassee.
Heading through Grunewald Forest.
Making a brief stop at Berlin-Grunewald.
Approaching Berlin Westkreuz.
Making a brief stop at Berlin Westkreuz. This is an interchange station with the S-Bahn S3, S5, S7, S9, S41, S42, and S46.
Making a brief stop at Berlin-Charlottenburg.
Making a brief stop at Savignyplatz.
Approaching Berlin Zoologischer Garten.
Berlin Zoologischer Garten
The Berlin S-Bahn S7 train journey from Potsdam Hauptbahnhof to Berlin Zoologischer Garten takes 30 minutes.
The Berlin S-Bahn S7 will continue on to Berlin Hauptbahnhof and Ahrensfelde where it terminates.
From Berlin Zoologischer Garten, I changed to the Berlin U-Bahn to continue on my journey in Berlin.