Keilbahnhof (plural: Keilbahnhöfe, literally: "wedge station") is the German word for a station located between branching tracks. There appears to be no direct English equivalent for this term, which appears in the route diagrams of German railway lines.
Examples in Germany:
- Berga-Kelbra station on the Halle–Hann. Münden railway
- Döbeln Hauptbahnhof on the Riesa–Chemnitz railway
- Hagenow Land station on the Berlin-Hamburg Railway
- Niebüll station on the Marsh Railway
- Nordstemmen, Northeim (Han) station and Kreiensen stations on the Hanoverian Southern Railway
- Wittenberge station on the Berlin–Hamburg Railway
- Ernst, Dr.-Ing. Richard (1989). Wörterbuch der Industriellen Technik (5th ed.). Wiesbaden: Oscar Brandstetter, 1989. ISBN 3-87097-145-2.