Gornja Radgona railway station
|Address||Panonska ulica 8
9250 Gornja Radgona, Mura
|Opened||16 October 1890|
|Owned by||Slovenske železnice|
Gornja Radgona railway station (Slovene: Železniška postaja Gornja Radgona; German: Bahnhof Oberradkersburg) serves the municipality of Gornja Radgona, Slovenia. It was opened on 16 October 1890, as part of the extension of the Radkersburger Bahn from Bad Radkersburg, in present day Austria, to Ljutomer (then known as Luttenberg), in present day Slovenia.
At the end of World War II, the Radkersburger Bahn was cut at the border between Austria and the then Yugoslavia. Since then, Gornja Radgona station has been the terminus of what had become a branch line from Ljutomer.
Today, the Ljutomer–Gornja Radgona line is normally used solely for freight traffic. Passengers are carried only during Gornja Radgona's agricultural food fair, when special trains are operated.
- Official site of the Slovenian railways (English)
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