Tiraspol railway station is a railway station in the city of Tiraspol, capital of the de facto state of Transnistria, recognised internationally as part of Moldova. It has both passenger and freight facilities, including a capacity for border control by the Transnistrian authorities.
It operated as part of the rail network of the Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic, which became the Republic of Moldova in 1991 on the collapse of the Soviet Union. Following the local conflict of the following year, there is an unresolved political situation in the region. As a result, ownership of the railway station is claimed by the Republic of Moldova, whose trains operate through the station, whilst the unrecognised Transnistrian government also claims ownership and actually operates the station facilities.
Coordinates 46°50'50.663" N 29°37'46.423" E