Jungfernstieg is an underground railway station in the city centre of Hamburg, Germany, served by the underground railway (U-Bahn) and the suburban railway (S-Bahn). The station is one of Hamburg's busiest rapid transit hubs.Most of the station is located underwater. That is, under the Alster River, and the lakes Binnenalster and Kleine Alster respectively. At this location, the Alster also forms the border between the two Hamburg districts Neustadt and Altstadt, both part of the borough of Hamburg-Mitte. The station is named after Jungfernstieg boulevard.HistoryOn, a first station was opened as part of the underground <u>Kell</u>inghusenstraße–<u>Jung</u>fernstieg railway line (Kelljung line) — now part of the U1. At first, the platforms were provisional and a little off its current location. On the proper Jungfernstieg station opened as Europe's first underwater railway station. The station had entrances on Jungfernstieg and Ballindamm, then in 1930s Art Deco fashion.
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