Vesterport Station

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Vesterport Station (Danish pronunciation: [ˈvestɐˌpʰoɐ̯ˀt stæˈɕoˀn]) is a S-train station in the city centre of Copenhagen, Denmark. The station is situated below ground level on the Boulevard Line, just before the tunnel connecting Copenhagen Central Station and Østerport Station. It opened on 15 May 1934.[1]

Vesterport
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S-train station
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Coordinates55°40′35″N 12°33′45″E / 55.67639°N 12.56250°E / 55.67639; 12.56250Coordinates: 55°40′35″N 12°33′45″E / 55.67639°N 12.56250°E / 55.67639; 12.56250
Owned byBanedanmark
Line(s)Boulevard Line
Platforms1 island platform
Tracks2
Construction
Structure typeBelow grade
History
Opened15 May 1934
Services
Preceding station   S-train   Following station
H
toward Østerport
C
toward Klampenborg
Bx
toward Østerport
B
toward Holte
toward Køge
E
toward Hillerød
A
toward Farum
Vesterport S-train station has three entrances, this is the main one. The (mobile) little cart is a very typical Danish hot dog stand. Pølsevogn in Danish
Vesterport station is located below street level, but is not under ground. Other trains don't stop here, solely S-trains.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Larsen, Morten Flindt; Poulsen, John (2009). S-banen 1934–2009 (in Danish). Smørum: Bane Bøger. p. 6. ISBN 978-87-91434-20-4.