Duvbo (Tub3, line 10)

Opened on 19 August 1985.

The artwork at Duvbo consists of objects on the track walls, intended to evoke objects that might have been excavated during station construction.



Entrance to Duvbo station

(3 December 2000)
The entrance to Duvbo station.



Escalator bank, Duvbo station

(3 December 2000)
The escalator bank in the ticket hall.



Duvbo, southbound track and platform face

(3 December 2000)
The southbound track and platform face, looking timetable north. The escalators are behind us.



Duvbo, southbound track and platform face

(3 December 2000)
The southbound track and platform face, looking timetable south from the (timetable) north end of the station. The line and arrows on the floor indicate where four-car trains stop.



Duvbo, northbound platform face and track wall, artwork

(3 December 2000)
The northbound platform face and track wall, showing some of the station artwork. The red object in the foreground is a stand containing a firehose.



Duvbo from north end of platform, southbound track and platform face

(3 December 2000)
A view from the extreme (timetable) north end of the platform. This is the southbound track and platform face. A little more of that artwork is seen on the track wall.



Duvbo, southbound train departing

(3 December 2000)
A southbound train departing the station.



Duvbo, northbound train arriving

(3 December 2000)
A northbound train arriving at Duvbo.



Duvbo, station signs

(26 February 2001)
The station signs use the SL-grotesk typeface that was introduced in 1955.



Duvbo, entrance

(16 March 2001)
A night view of the entrance to Duvbo station.



Duvbo, northbound C20 train arriving

(16 March 2001)
A northbound train of C20 (new) stock arriving at Duvbo.


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