A complete linear visualization of the station Wilhelm-Leuschner-Platz, one of the four stations of the Leipzig City-Tunnel, an underground train system, connecting the main station in the north of the centre with the bavarian station in its south and crossing the city centre. This station was designed by Max Dudler and awarded the architecture prize of the city of Leipzig in 2013. Dominating are the lighted glass brick elements covering the sides and the roof, as well as the concrete stairways. This station is also called Platz der friedlichen Revolution (Square of the peacefull revolution) referring to the events that took place on Leipzigs city ring in 1989, which ultimately lead to the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Find an overview for all four central stations of the Leipzig City-Tunnel.