station. The long-distance trains serving the stations (as distinct from halts) on the Görlitz line in Berlin ( Baumschulenweg, Schöneweide, Adlershof and Grünau ) were gradually rerouted to Lichtenberg. Nomos employees can often be found here on their lunch breaks, having a stroll, or getting groceries. Several private industrial railways connected to the rail network in Niederschöneweide. Berlin, as it focuses on local art from the past 150 years, giving a real insight into the cultural history of the city. Its great for a drink and some bar snacks, or a leisurely evening with their carefully selected five-course menu. It was a terminal for long-distance trains until 2011. In 18801882, it was rebuilt as a station.
Bauhaus Archive/Museum of Design, berlinische Galerie Treppengalerie. With the Second World War and the subsequent division of Berlin, the Görlitz line, which ran almost entirely through East Germany (GDR lost access to its terminal station, the Görlitzer Bahnhof, which was in Kreuzberg, now in West Berlin, and could not now be reached. This iconic building, designed by the great Walter Gropius in 1964, houses one of the largest collections of Bauhaus material.