Berlin Tempelhof Airport

Berlin Tempelhof Airport was once in the top 20 largest buildings on earth and was constructed in 1927 in anticipation of Increasing air traffic. You can read more about the history of the airport on Wikipedia. I had the chance to swing by and take a guided tour through the now deserted airport on my Christmas break and in the process I snapped some great pictures. Let me know what you think in the comments.

 

Model D-3502 hanging from the roof of Berlin Tempelhof Airport.
Model D-3502 hanging from the roof of Berlin Tempelhof Airport.
The departures and arrival hall of the now deserted Berlin Tempelhof Airport.
The departures and arrival hall of the now deserted Berlin Tempelhof Airport.

 

Empty rooms in the main hall of Berlin Tempelhof Airport
Empty rooms in the main hall of Berlin Tempelhof Airport
Check-in desks for Cirrus Airlines
Check-in desks for Cirrus Airlines
Wayfinding signage and check-in desks at Berlin Tempelhof Airport
Wayfinding signage and check-in desks at Berlin Tempelhof Airport
Parked Car on the concourse at Berlin Tempelhof Airport
Parked Car on the concourse at Berlin Tempelhof Airport

There are many more pictures to process, so you can see more soon. When they are all done I will make them available under a Creative Commons License and you will be able to download them in all of their full resolution glory! Until then, let me know what you think.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

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