|Kind of Building||Public Building|
|Built from||H. Gerbl|
|Begin Of Construction||1950|
|End Of Construction||1960|
|Line||all S-Bahnen; U1, U2, U4, U5;
tramline 16,17,19, 20, 21
Munich central station, one of the largest railway stations in Germany, began as a provisional wooden building and was the starting point for the tracks from Munich to Augsburg (1839/1840). With increasing traffic towards Austria, Italy and the Balkan Peninsula in the 19th century it had to be enhanced. Because of the large war damages, Munich had to create a new modern station1950-1960.