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. Rail service on this route are substantially enhanced during the Kiel Week sailing event, so that locomotive-hauled trains are also operated.
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.