The station consisted of two island platforms with four tracks in total. Two of them terminated at the station, and the remaining two continued further south. The tracks were disconnected in 2003 to allow easier excavation of the tunnel for the U3 extension of the Munich U-Bahn. The line connecting Munich's central station and the airport was planned to use the former S-Bahn leading to this station. It would have emerged from the tunnel approximately 500 meters south of the station but, the line was abandoned due to increased costs.
We visited on a grey July afternoon when we had visited the Olympic Stadium for a mooch whilst on holiday. It was easy to access and we were not alone. Two photographers left as were arrived, and there was a guy photographing a model as well as a couple of homeless guys who had made a make-shift camp in one corner.
There were no signs of the ticket office but one part of the station was inaccessible.
I really enjoyed this place. It wasn't very large but there was plenty to see and photograph. I always get an extra kick out of finding a spot of urbex on holiday for some strange reason.