Hedensted station

Hedensted railway station is a railway station serving the railway town of Hedensted in East Jutland, Denmark.[1]

Hedensted station
railway station
Hedensted Station.jpg
Hedensted station in 2012
General information
LocationStationsvej 3
DK–8722 Hedensted[1]
Denmark
Coordinates55°46′07″N 09°41′56″E / 55.76861°N 9.69889°E / 55.76861; 9.69889Coordinates: 55°46′07″N 09°41′56″E / 55.76861°N 9.69889°E / 55.76861; 9.69889
Owned byBanedanmark
Operated byDSB[1]
Line(s)Fredericia-Aarhus Line
Platforms2
Tracks2
History
Opened4 October 1868[2]
8 January 2006[2]
Closed26 May 1974[2]
Location
Hedensted station is located in Denmark
Hedensted station
Hedensted station
Location within Denmark

The station is located on the Fredericia-Aarhus railway line from Fredericia to Aarhus. It opened in 1868, closed in 1974, but reopened in 2006.[2] It offers direct regional train services to Aarhus and Fredericia. The train services are operated by the national railway company DSB.[1]

HistoryEdit

Hedensted station was opened on 3 October 1868 with the opening of the Fredericia-Aarhus railway line from Fredericia to Aarhus. It was closed on 26 May 1974, but the station reopened on 8 January 2006.[2]

OperationsEdit

The train services are operated by the national railway company DSB. The station offers regional train services to Aarhus and Fredericia.[1]

ReferencesEdit

CitationsEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e "Hedensted Station". dsb.dk (in Danish). DSB. Retrieved 19 February 2022.
  2. ^ a b c d e Hedensted Station (Hed) on Danske Jernbaner

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Hedensted station

Preceding station   Danske Statsbaner   Following station
toward Fredericia
Fredericia-Aarhus
Regional train