Mainz-Mombach station

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Mainz-Mombach station
Bahnhof Mombach3.JPG
Six rail tracks run into the station
Location Mombach, Rhineland-Palatinate
Coordinates 50°1′22″N 08°13′47″E / 50.02278°N 8.22972°E / 50.02278; 8.22972Coordinates: 50°1′22″N 08°13′47″E / 50.02278°N 8.22972°E / 50.02278; 8.22972
Other information
Station code 3907
DS100 code FMM
Category 6 [1]

Mainz-Mombach station is one of two railway stations in the suburb of Mombach of the German town of Mainz. Due to its central location it is the primary station of the suburb besides the halt “Waggonfabrik”. The station is a part of the West Rhine Railway and borders the Wye: Gleisdreieck Mainz, leading to the Kaiserbrücke (Mainz) and the main station Mainz.

It is served by RegionalBahn and Mittelrheinbahn electrified standard gauge trains. Long distance trains are departuring the city station Mainz Hauptbahnhof.

Six rail tracks run into the train station with a central island platform. Due to the geography of the village, the station is entered on street level, one level below the elevated platform, with trains entering on the embankment. A tiled passenger tunnel leads to the platform. The goods station is located nearby as an independent facility not directly connected with the passenger station. The goods station lost its role as a hub, when the local goods function was drastically reduced. The goods sheds are still used for storing goods as depots of road freight companies that replaced the railway.

Operational usage[edit]

Preceding station   trans regio   Following station
RB 33
toward Mainz Hbf
Preceding station   Mittelrheinbahn   Following station
toward Koblenz Hbf
MRB 32
toward Mainz Hbf


  1. ^ "Stationspreisliste 2015" [Station price list 2015] (PDF) (in German). DB Station&Service. 15 December 2014. Retrieved 1 January 2015.