The Kaiserbahnhof in Halbe is, in contrast to many other station buildings, a very nice building. Built in 1865 at the Berlin Görlitzer Bahn station building stood empty since 1994. At the moment, however, the old building is being extensively renovated and will receive new tasks in the future. A detour is worthwhile!
The Kaiserbahnhof in Halbe has been restored to its 1865 glory. It is now available as a venue for events & weddings.
Come by car or by train – in just under an hour from Berlin.
Historic architecture, beautifully restored.
Ample parking spaces are available right in front of the Kaiserbahnhof.
Large rooms, with glorious murals and stucco.
In Halbe, after 10 years, a piece of jewellery emerged. Today was an open day. I enjoyed the time of the visit, and I am looking forward to the time when the cafe is ready. Many thanks to Peter Macky and all his friends and helpers for the great dedication.
Peter Macky has done an amazing job restoring this historic train station built during the reign of Kaiser Wilhelm I and used by his son Emperor Frederick III and his grandson Kaiser Wilhelm II to its former grandeur.
I got to see it nearly completed in July during my trip to Berlin. Peter’s attention to detail shows everywhere – examples: restoration of the flag poles mounted on top of the ends of the building; the amazing interior painting detail; the bust of August Orth (the original architect); the flooring detail; and the exterior garden is a nice touch.
Unglaublich toll restauriert… Irre!