Farum station

Farum station is the terminus of the Hareskovbanen radial of the S-train network around Copenhagen, Denmark. It is located about 1 km east of the old village Farum, but is the center of the modern Farum, which has grown up around the station.

Farum
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S-train station
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Train and bus platforms side by side
Location1 Jernbanevej, Farum, Furesø Kommune
Coordinates55°48′43″N 12°22′26″E / 55.81194°N 12.37389°E / 55.81194; 12.37389Coordinates: 55°48′43″N 12°22′26″E / 55.81194°N 12.37389°E / 55.81194; 12.37389
Owned byDSB
PlatformsSide platforms
Tracks2
ConnectionsBus terminal
History
Opened1906
Rebuilt1977
Services
Preceding station   S-train   Following station
HTerminus
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HistoryEdit

 
Platforms

The station opened in 1906 as an intermediate station on the Copenhagen-Slangerup railway. The line between Farum and Slangerup closed in 1954. The station was remodeled completely prior to the line's conversion to S-trains in 1977.

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External linksEdit

  Media related to Farum Station at Wikimedia Commons