U7 Rudow>Rathaus Spandau
U6 Alt Tegel>Alt-Mariendorf
U3 Nollendorfplatz>Krumme Lanke
U5 Alexanderplatz>Hönow
U55 Hauptbahnhof>Brandenburger Tor
U2 Pankow>Ruhleben
U1 Uhlandstraße>Warschauer Straße
U9 Rathaus Steglitz>Osloer Straße
U4 Nollendorfplatz>Innsbrucker Platz
U8 Hermannstraße>Wittenau


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.

Endbahnhof takes the viewer on a visual journey through the history of Berlin and is the perfect eye candy for trainspotters, typography, architecture and design enthusiasts, history and urban development buffs, anyone with a nostalgic connection to Berlin or anyone who believes that the journey is more important than the destination.

All photos are Copyright Kate Seabrook. Please do not use without permission.

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