Wedel station (officially Wedel (Holst), meaning Wedel in Holstein) is a railway station on the Altona-Blankenese line, served by the rapid transit trains of the Hamburg S-Bahn, located in Wedel, Germany.
|Other names||Wedel in Holstein|
22880 Wedel (Holst)
|Platforms||1 platform, terminus|
|Opened||1 December 1883|
|Electrified||20 May 19543rd rail), 1.2 kV DC system (|
|Previous names||1883-1934 Wedel|
It is a terminus of the line S1.
The station was opened on 1 December 1883. The station was then served by four steam trains a day, the number increased to 16 by 1904. During World War II, on 3 March 1943, bombs heavily damaged the station building, which was rebuilt after the war, but demolished in the 1980s for a new car park and bus stop.
The station is an at-grade terminus with one platform and two tracks. There is no service personnel attending the station, but an SOS and information telephone is available. There are several places to lock a bicycle as well as a Park and ride car park. The station is fully accessible for handicapped persons. Also a public toilet and a taxi stand can be found near the station. A shopping arcade is located in the station entrance. There are no lockerboxes.
Trains of S1 line serve the station. A bus stop is located near the station, which is served by bus lines 189, 289, 389, 489, 589, and night bus lines 601, and 621.
- Cf. „Streckenelektrifizierungen“, on: Königlich preußische Eisenbahndirection zu Altona, retrieved on 19 January 2018.
- Name, station code and category: Liste Bahnhofskategorie 2008, DB Station&Service AG, Köthener Straße 2, 10963 Berlin (2008) (in German)
- Dezember 1883 - Wedel erhält einen Eisenbahnanschluss, Wedel.de, in German
- DB station information (see external links)
Media related to S-Bahn Station Wedel at Wikimedia Commons
- DB station information (in German)
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