Berlin-Spandau is a railway station situated in the Spandau district of Berlin, Germany located at the western end of the S-Bahn line S5. The train services are operated by Deutsche Bahn and Ostdeutsche Eisenbahn (ODEG). It is a regional and long-distance station for ICE trains arriving from Hamburg and Hannover as well as an important bus hub for western Berlin and the adjacent Havelland region of Brandenburg. Rathaus Spandau, the western terminus of the Berlin U-Bahn line U7 is nearby.
The new station, with its 440-metre-long hall (1,440 ft) covering three platforms, was erected in 1998 at the site of the former Spandau-West S-Bahn station that opened in 1910. Berlin-Spandau railway station replaced the historic Spandau railway station east of the Havel river, which is now called Stresow and only served by S-Bahn metro trains.