Riding Berlin’s U6: A Visual Journey

Alt Tegel
Borsigwerke
Holzhauser Straße
Otisstraße
Scharnweberstraße
Kurt-Schumacher-Platz
Afrikanische Straße
Rehberge
Seestraße
Leopoldplatz
Wedding
Reinickendorfer Straße
Schwartzkopffstraße
Naturkundemuseum
Oranienburger Tor
Friedrichstraße
Französische Straße
Stadtmitte
Kochstraße
Hallesches Tor
Mehringdamm
Platz der Luftbrücke
Paradestraße
Tempelhof
Alt-Tempelhof
Kaiserin-Augusta-Straße
Ullsteinstraße
Westphalweg
Alt-Mariendorf

About The Project

Endbahnhof is a photographic series documenting Berlin’s entire U-Bahn system, end to end, one line at a time. The idea for the project was born out of an appreciation of the impressive and varied styles of U-bahn architecture and typography and the reliability of the system to get Berliners where they need to go. What makes Endbahnhof special is that each line is shot in a single journey, disembarking at each station to photograph it before the next train arrives. 

About The Photographer

Kate Seabrook is an Australian documentary and music photographer living and working in Berlin-Wedding with her husband Simon and a one year old black and white cat named Igor. You can also check out her housepeeking project here.

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