|Location||Bahnhofstr. 29, Schleswig, Schleswig-Holstein
|Opened||29 December 1869|
Schleswig station is the station of the city of Schleswig in the German state of Schleswig-Holstein. It is located on the Neumünster–Flensburg and Husum–Jübek-Schleswig–Kiel lines. It is currently operated by Deutsche Bahn, which classifies it as a category 5 station.
Formerly the station was connected to Schleswig Altstadt station by a three kilometre-long line of the Schleswig District Railway, which connected to lines to Satrup, Kappeln via Süderbrarup and to Friedrichstadt.
In long-distance traffic, since 9 December 2007, Intercity-Express trains on the Aarhus–Hamburg–Berlin route have stopped in Schleswig. There is also a pair of InterCity trains on the weekend that run directly from Flensburg to Berlin and Cologne.
The Nord-Ostsee-Bahn (NOB, now operated by Veolia Verkehr) operates services on the Husum–Jübek–Schleswig–Rendsburg–Kiel route with modern trains every hour.
|Hamburg – Elmshorn – Neumünster – Rendsburg – Schleswig – Flensburg||Hourly|
|Husum – Jübek – Schleswig – Owschlag – Rendsburg – Felde – Kiel||Hourly|
The station has several tracks, two of which have a platform that is used for passenger operations. Trains operate as follows:
- Platform track 1: long-distance trains to Denmark, regional trains of the DB-SH services to Flensburg/Padborg and regional trains of the NOB to Husum/Bad St. Peter-Ording
- Platform track 3: long-distance and regional trains to Hamburg, regional trains of the DB-SH to Neumünster and regional trains of the NOB to Kiel
- "Photographs of Schleswig station" (in German). Retrieved 22 November 2010.