Rostock Hauptbahnhof

Local nameRostock Hauptbahnhof
LocationRostock, Germany

Rostock Hauptbahnhof, also Rostock Central Station, is the main railway station in the German city of Rostock. It is situated well to the south of the city centre, to which it is linked by tram. The station was opened in 1886 by the Deutsch-Nordischer Lloyd, operating a combined railway/ferry line to Nykøbing Falster in Denmark. The station was expanded in 1913 and 1922, but was heavily damaged in World War II. The importance of the traditional route to Hamburg and Copenhagen diminished after the post-World War II division of Germany, with long-distance services instead focusing on cities within the German Democratic Republic. Electrification reached the station in 1985. After German reunification, the station was extensively modernised.

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Coordinates 54°4'41.341" N 12°7'52.049" E

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