Cirebon railway station

Cirebon Station (Indonesian: Stasiun Cirebon, Station Code: CN) also known as Cirebon Kejaksan Station is the main station in the Cirebon area located on Siliwangi Street, Kebonbaru, Kejaksan, Cirebon.[1] The station is located at DAOP 3 area as North Cross Line, but in this station there is also cross line in Purwokerto Station which is connected by South Cross Line in Kroya Station. Therefore, most of the trains both north and south lines stopped at this station, except economy class train which is stop at Cirebon Prujakan.[2][3]

Cirebon Station
Cirebon Kejaksan Station.jpg
LocationSiliwangi Street, Cirebon
Coordinates6°42′19″S 108°33′20″E / 6.7052705°S 108.5554415°E / -6.7052705; 108.5554415Coordinates: 6°42′19″S 108°33′20″E / 6.7052705°S 108.5554415°E / -6.7052705; 108.5554415
Owned byPT Kereta Api Indonesia
Line(s)Northern Line
Cirebon to Kroya Line
Kadipaten Line (defunct)
Other information
Station codeCN

As a transfer station, Cirebon Station is one-side station where the emplacement is located one side linearly with station building.


Interior of the main hall of Cirebon Kejaksan Station.

The current building of Cirebon Station was the work of a Dutch architect Pieter Adriaan Jacobus Moojen. It was built by the train company Staats Spoorwegen (SS) in 1912. The architecture of the building follows the Dutch Rationalist conformed into the tropics, becoming a new vernacular style sometimes dubbed the New Indies Style.

In 2011, Cirebon and Cirebon Prujakan stations were renovated by elevating the platforms, increasing the number of lanes and the existing facilities.[4]

Passenger trainsEdit

Passenger trains that utilise this station are:

Executive ClassEdit

Executive and Business ClassEdit

Executive and Economy ClassEdit

Business ClassEdit

Economy ClassEdit


  1. ^ (in Indonesian) Situs resmi PT. Kereta Api Indonesia (Persero) "". Retrieved 2011-12-12.
  2. ^ Kereta ekonomi, bisnis jalur selatan dan utara tidak berhenti di stasiun Cirebon melainkan berhenti di Cirebon Prujakan
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  4. ^ (in Indonesian) Dua stasiun utama cirebon dimodifikasi, "Kompas". Archived from the original on 2015-06-10. Retrieved 2011-08-05.
  5. ^ Wamad, Sudirman. "Tiga Kereta Rute Cirebon Ganti Nama Jadi Argo Cheribon". detikfinance. Retrieved 2020-01-02.