the sink Pauli jetties lie in Hamburg quarters the pc. Pauli between Niederhafen and fish market directly at the Elbe. Associated terminal building was established 1907 to 1909 from tuff and tufa as well as the ship investor in the place of the old jetties. Of the architect partnership Raabe & well-being corner for the department for current and harbor construction of the building deputation as a representative ship station was arranged. With its length of 205 m and with its numerous passages to the ship investors as well as domes and towers it sets clear structural accents. The building became to 15. September 2003 posed under monument protection.
With the jetties it acts today around a tourist attraction to Hamburg port and around a traffic junction lain central of rapid-transit railway, underground and ships. Been because of the western end of the jetties directly, is the entrance of the old Elbe tunnel. The eastern conclusion of the building complex the level forms - for tower. On half height of the tower a water level indicator is let in in the wall, which informs about the current conditions of tides.
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the first ship investor at this at the edge of port place lain was established at that time 1839. It served as landing place of steamers, which could be filled here relatively simply with coal. In addition one did not want to die with these large ships due to its coal beaconing and the associated fire risk a risk and ensure a sufficient safety margin. The today's, starting from 1907 established ship investor consists of swimming pontoons, which are accessible over 10 mobile bridges from the mainland. The 688 m long landing place originally served the person steamers of the overseas lines as landing place. Among other things here the large HAPAG put on - liners. Until recently this large tradition still the England ferry, which operated regularly from the jetties to England, followed now however from Cuxhaven after Harwich wrongly. Today drive at the ship investor only Hafenfähren of the HADAG, port round travel ships and launches, passenger liners in the Unterelbedienst as well as the Katamarane to Stade and Helgoland.
The original ship investors during the war strongly one destroyed, so that those developed today to seeing pontoons during the reconstruction from 1953 to 1955. In the context 1999 of a modernization begun the roofing and the lighting were arranged new. In connection with this measure also the exchange of bridge 7 is intended.
1906 was begun line of Hamburg with the building of the first underground -, which should form a ring around the city center. Also in the proximity of the jetties at the slope of the Stintfangs a station was established, which was out-arranged by the architects Emil Schaudt and walter Puritz. The station, which possesses today the name jetties, was built as half-open that is called during the western end with a concrete plate one covered, is the eastern end in the open air. Finally the station went together with the name port gate with the distance section Miller gate (today pc. Pauli) - city hall to 29. June 1912 in enterprise. The salient tower at the entrance, sketched by Emil Schaudt as well as the overhead railway stop, in the Second World War one destroyed and one did not develop again. The late established eastern entrance originates from the twenties and by walter Puritz was later sketched. The today's appearance of the main entrance with copper roof and bridge to ship plant received the station end of the fifties after plans from Hans's L. M. Loop and Fritz trusting wine.
rapid-transit railway yard
since 1975 is jetties a station of the rapid-transit railway. It is a component of the 1979 completely opened tunnelled route from the main station to Altona. Due to one to 30. September 1984 in the station of burned out rapid-transit railway course of the series 471 had to be already completely reconditioned the station.
The main entrance to the station been made by escalators and lies within the station building of the underground. A side entrance is because of the road calibration wood.
The station is additionally usable as civilian air protection shelters.
little admits is that near the jetties from of Hamburg oldest and also largest sewers is, part of the 1842 „ city hydraulic architecture sketched by William Lindley “. The Geest Stammsiel collects waste water from far parts of the city, before they carry themselves with the help of one about hundred meters river downward by the old Elbe tunnel of pumping plant present under the Elbe through in on the opposite Elbseite main sewage purification plant present Köhlbrandhöft. The Siel is passable with the boat; for the rudder portion of emperor Wilhelm II. 1904 were established even own, underground boat investor, who is to be visited also today still after registration.
Coordinates: 53° 32 ' 46 " N 9° 58 ' 0 " O