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Alt Tegel 1
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Der U-Bahnhof Alt-Tegel wurde am 31. Mai 1958 eröffnet. Bis 1992 hatte er den Namen Bahnhof Tegel. Im Rahmen eines Umbenennungsprogramms mehrerer West-Berliner U-Bahnhöfe erhielt er den neuen Namen. Die genauen Beweggründe, dem Bahnhof diesen Namen zu geben, sind unbekannt, möglicherweise sollte dies das Zeichen einer Abgrenzung zum entfernteren S-Bahnhof sein.

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