|Location||137 Sønder Boulevard, Copenhagen|
11 November 1911 (Mainline)1 November 1934 (S-train)
|Closed||1941 (Mainline), 2016 (S-train)|
Enghave station was an S-train station in Copenhagen, Denmark. The station opened on November 11, 1911. S-train service commenced on November 1, 1934, and was latterly served by trains on Vestbanen and Frederikssundbanen.
Until 1923, the station was called Vester Fælledvej.
The station closed on July 3, 2016, as it was replaced with a new station 200 m to the west, called Carlsberg station, which connects to the new residential area being built on the old Carlsberg property.
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