Richard-Strauss-Straße underground station
|Subway station in Munich|
|Opened||October 27, 1988|
|Tracks (platform)||2 (2 side platforms )|
|Stretch)||Trunk line 3|
The Richard-Strauss-Straße underground station is a station on the Munich underground . It was opened on October 27, 1988 and is located in the Bogenhausen district . It is one of the few stations with side platforms.
Since the ceiling above the tracks is made of concrete and is poorly lit, it looks gloomy. The ceiling above the platforms is made of aluminum slats and bent down to the tracks, to which the light strips are attached. The walls are made of stone slabs that do not reflect the light, and the pillars are made of concrete. The floor is laid out with a coarse Isar pebble motif. At the southern end, escalators and fixed stairs lead to a locking level and on to Richard-Strauss-Straße . At the other end you can also use a lift to reach a mezzanine floor and then continue onto Richard-Strauss-Straße. The stairway to the Denninger / Richard-Strauss-Straße intersection was demolished in the course of the construction of the Richard-Strauss-Tunnel , which can be seen from the different colors of the wall cladding.
|Westendstraße - Heimeranplatz - Schwanthalerhöhe - Theresienwiese - Central Station - Karlsplatz (Stachus) - Odeonsplatz - Lehel - Max-Weber-Platz - Prinzregentenplatz - Böhmerwaldplatz - Richard-Strauss-Straße - Arabellapark|