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This is an aerial photo of the old Anhalter Bahnhof whose remains (the by then roofless main hall) were blown up in 1959 after the station – or what was left of it after WW2 – was closed down in 1952.
This picture must have been taken some time before 1933. The houses on the corner of Möckernstrasse and Hallesche Strasse were gone already in 1932: this is where between 1933 and 1937 the biggest (worldwide!) mail sorting posthouse – Postamt SW 11 – was constructed.
What made it truly exceptional in Berlin back in those days was a tunnel that connected it directly with the railway station. In this way, the mail could be picked up directly from the trains and transported to the post office in a convenient and efficient way.
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