Aalbæk station

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railway station
Aalbaek Station 2009 ubt.JPG
Ålbæk station in 2009
Location Stationsvej 21
DK-9982 Ålbæk
Coordinates 57°35′33″N 10°24′30″E / 57.59250°N 10.40833°E / 57.59250; 10.40833Coordinates: 57°35′33″N 10°24′30″E / 57.59250°N 10.40833°E / 57.59250; 10.40833
Owned by Nordjyske Jernbaner
Operated by Nordjyske Jernbaner
Line(s) Skagensbanen
Platforms 2
Opened 1890
Preceding station   Nordjyske Jernbaner   Following station
Frederikshavn - Skagen
Local train
toward Skagen
Ålbæk is located in Denmark
Location within Denmark

Aalbæk station is a railway station serving the small coastal town of Aalbæk in Vendsyssel, Denmark.

The station is located on the Skagensbanen railway line from Skagen to Frederikshavn between Bunken and Napstjært halts. The train services are currently operated by Nordjyske Jernbaner which run frequent local train services between Skagen station and Frederikshavn station.


Aalbæk station in 1975.

The station opened in 1890 when the railway started. In 1915, the Danish Parliament agreed to build a new railway line between Aalbæk and Hjørring, but it was only the first part between Hjørring and Vellingshøj stations that was built. Instead, that railway was extended to Hirtshals and this is today the Hirtshalsbanen railway line.

The station building was built in 1932-33. It was the last drawn by the architect Ulrik Plesner before his death.

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