It's time for a new train station: U8 Jannowitzbrücke
where one of the city's most notorious underground lines stops,
connecting Wedding in northern and Neukölln in southern Berlin.
Such as U2 Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz the station is decorated
with huge historical black and white photographies
dating from the 1880ies (above)
to the turn of the century, the 1930ies (below) and beyond.
The most recent pictures (below) still date back to the middle of the century,
the time when Germany was divided and Berlin Jannowitzbrücke belonged to the GDR.
Even the exit area is decorated with historical pictures
leading you outside to the Spree riverside.