Nordhausen station is a railway junction in the north of the German state of Thuringia and the main station in the city of Nordhausen. It is located just south of the city centre in the valley of the Zorge.
The railway arrived in Nordhausen on 10 July 1866 with the opening of the line to Halle, which was extended on 9 July 1867 to the west to Eichenberg. In 1869 lines to Northeim and to Erfurt were added. In 1897, the narrow gauge Harz Railway was opened to Wernigerode, starting at the Nordhausen Nord station on the north side of the station. In the station forecourt there is a stop on the Nordhausen tramway that connects the station with most districts of the town.
In 1994 the station was electrified. The station is also important for east-west freight and a large freight yard is located east of the station.
|Leipzig – Halle (Saale) – Nordhausen – Kassel-Wilhelmshöhe – Fulda – Hanau – Frankfurt (Main)||Individual services|
|Nordhausen – Sondershausen – Straußfurt – Erfurt||Hourly|
|Halle (Saale) – Sangerhausen – Nordhausen – Leinefelde – Eichenberg – Kassel-Wilhelmshöhe||Hourly Halle-Nordhausen
Every two hours Nordhausen-Kassel-Wilhelmshöhe
|Nordhausen – Bleicherode Ost – Leinefelde – Heilbad Heiligenstadt||Hourly Nordhausen-Leinefelde
Every two hours Leinefelde-Heilbad Heiligenstadt
|Nordhausen – Sondershausen – Straußfurt – Erfurt||Individual services|
|Nordhausen – Walkenried – Herzberg (Harz) – Northeim (Han) – Göttingen||Hourly Nordhausen-Northeim (Han)
Every two hours Northeim (Han)-Göttingen
|Halle (Saale) – Lutherstadt Eisleben – Sangerhausen – Berga-Kelbra – Nordhausen||Individual services|
|Nordhausen Nord – Niedersachswerfen Ost – Ilfeld – Eisfelder Talmühle – Drei Annen Hohne||Every half hour (Nordhausen Nord-Ilfeld)
Individual services (Ilfeld-Drei Annen Hohne)
- "Stationspreisliste 2015" [Station price list 2015] (PDF) (in German). DB Station&Service. 15 December 2014. Retrieved 1 January 2015.