Semarang Tawang railway station

Semarang Tawang Station is the largest train station in Semarang, the capital city of Central Java, Indonesia. The station is the oldest major railway station in Indonesia after Semarang Gudang Station and opened on July 19, 1868 on the Semarang Tawang–Tanggung railway.[1] Economy class trains do not stop at this station, but at Semarang Poncol Station.

Semarang Tawang Station
Semarang Tawang station outside.jpg
Front view
LocationSemarang, Central Java
Coordinates6°57′52″S 110°25′40″E / 6.96444°S 110.42778°E / -6.96444; 110.42778Coordinates: 6°57′52″S 110°25′40″E / 6.96444°S 110.42778°E / -6.96444; 110.42778
Elevation+2 M
Owned byPT Kereta Api Indonesia
Operated byPT Kereta Api Indonesia
Line(s)Northern Line
Disabled accessAvailable
ArchitectJ.P. de Bordes
Other information
Station codeSMT
Opened1 June 1914
Semarang Tawang Station is located in Semarang
Semarang Tawang Station
Semarang Tawang Station
Location in Semarang

Because of the rapid development and improper city planning of the coastal city of Semarang, Tawang station is frequently flooded by heavy rainfall,[2] rising sea levels, and the loss of catchment areas north of the station. This impacts railway operations on northern railway connections.[3]

Trains that pass through this stationEdit


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External linksEdit

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