Meissen station

Local nameBahnhof Meißen
LocationMeißen, Germany

Meissen station is the largest railway station in the town of Meissen in the German state of Saxony. The station was opened in 1860 in the district of Cölln. Its entrance building, which was built in 1928, is a heritage-listed building and along with the Stuttgart Hauptbahnhof it is considered an architecturally significant transport complex of the interwar period. After the ending of long-distance traffic in the 1960s, the station is now a station of the Dresden S-Bahn with only regional significance.

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Address 2 Großenhainer Straße, Meißen 01662, Germany

Coordinates 51°9'47.55" N 13°28'54.921" E

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