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Lüdinghausen railway station

The Lüdinghausen railway station is a station of the Dortmund-Enschede railway located at the Westphalian city of Lüdinghausen. It was opened in Summer 1875.[1][2] Trains of the line RB51 call at Lüdinghausen.[3] In December 2011, the Deutsche Bahn AG stopped selling tickets in Lüdinghausen.[4]

Lüdinghausen
Bahnhof Lüdinghausen.jpg
LocationLüdinghausen, North Rhine-Westphalia,  Germany
Coordinates51°45′31″N 7°26′02″E / 51.758550°N 7.433871°E / 51.758550; 7.433871
Line(s)Dortmund–Enschede railway (KBS 412)
Platforms1
Tracks2
History
Opened1875
Services
Preceding station   Deutsche Bahn   Following station
toward Enschede
RB 51
Westmünsterland-Bahn
toward Dortmund Hbf

The railway station consists of two signal boxes with mechanic operation, (Ln (pointsman) and Lf (signalman)), two level crossings (Olfener Straße and Seppenrader Straße), two platform tracks with a centre platform, two dead-end sidings with buffer stops, and six sets of points, out of which four are remote-controlled, one is operated by waggon shunters with a nearby lever, and one is out of order. A local distillery is connected to the station.[5]

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ M. Lemkühler: Die wirtschaftliche Entwicklung des Kreises Lüdinghausen seit 1800, Verlag "Soziale Welt", 1948, p. 123
  2. ^ Joachim Nierhoff: Historische Streifzüge durch das Kernmünsterland, Sutton Verlag GmbH, 2012, ISBN 9783954000531, p. 94
  3. ^ Deutsche Bahn AG: RB 51 WESTMÜNSTERLAND-BAHN ENSCHEDE–DORTMUND
  4. ^ Kein Ticketcenter im Reisebüro, in Westfälische Nachrichten, 7 October 2011
  5. ^ Gleisplan Bahnhof Lüdinghausen