Der Ottoplatz ist nicht nur der Vorplatz des internationalen ICE -Bahnhofs Köln-Messe/Deutz, er bildet auch das Entree des ganzen Stadtteils. O. Kaufmann, Fred / Lutz, Dagmar / Schmidt-Esters, Gudrun (): Kölner Straßennamen - Neustadt und Deutz. Köln. Planungen beim Landschaftsverband Rheinland (LVR) rund um den Neubau seines Bürohochhauses am Ottoplatz schreiten weiter voran.
Ottoplatz in Köln-Deutz eröffnet: „Das muss nicht grün sein“O. Kaufmann, Fred / Lutz, Dagmar / Schmidt-Esters, Gudrun (): Kölner Straßennamen - Neustadt und Deutz. Köln. Planungen beim Landschaftsverband Rheinland (LVR) rund um den Neubau seines Bürohochhauses am Ottoplatz schreiten weiter voran. Der Ottoplatz befindet sich im Kölner Stadtteil Deutz an der Opladener Straße / Ecke Auenweg. Er ist der Bahnhofsvorplatz des Bahnhofs Köln Messe/Deutz.
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Wikipedia:Lokal K - Drohnenfotografie. I, the copyright holder of this work, hereby publish it under the following license:. The former Deutzerfeld station, sometimes also referred to as Deutz-Nord, was in the area of the later trade fair, now the RTL building.
Schiffbrücke station, also called Brückenbahnhof bridge station , was at the floating bridge that crossed the Rhine to Cologne at the site of the current Deutz Suspension Bridge between and The name Deutzer Feld was later applied to the shunting and marshalling yard of Köln-Deutzerfeld, which is further to the east.
After the destruction of the Second World War, the station was simplified and rebuilt without the large platform area. Subsequent modifications and extensions followed.
During the Nazi period , almost all Jews living in Cologne were deported to extermination camps from the low level of Deutz station.
The first such transport occurred in October and the last known movement was on 1 October to the Theresienstadt concentration camp.
The exhibition halls were used as a transit camp. The three spans of the train shed, which had iron and glass elements, were destroyed in the Second World War and were replaced after the war by concrete platform canopies.
Parts of the system of tunnels and the entire station forecourt Ottoplatz are registered in the list of monuments of the city of Cologne.
From , the city of Cologne developed a concept plan for reshaping Intercity-Express ICE operations in the Cologne area as part of the planned high-speed line to Frankfurt.
Both urban and transport issues were taken into account. Eight finalists were selected. The project affected 22 hectares of land and , square metres of floor area.
The objectives included the extension and adaptation of the two low level platforms for ICE traffic and the duplication of the access track.
An expansion to four ICE platforms was considered. The plan also included an metre-long, covered moving walkway that would have connected the station to Cologne Hauptbahnhof.
A glass roof with a length of metres, which should span the entire station was calculated to cost an additional DM 40 million.
On 8 November construction began on the modernisation of the low-level platforms 11 and The renovated track layout allowed an hourly ICE train to run in each direction to and from the Bahnhof Köln-Deutz from the opening of the new line in December The station was named Köln-Deutz until 11 December , but then as a result of a campaign by the Cologne Trade Fair, which is located next to the station, it was renamed.
The cost of the renaming of the station was borne by the Trade Fair, which hoped to gain greater patronage as a result of the renaming. Since 3 November the trade fair is directly connected via the newly constructed south entrance to the station.
The distance to the closest entrance of the fair halls is about meters.