Tartu railway station

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Tartu Railway Station
Through station
Tartu raudteejaam 3.jpg
Location Vaksali 6,
50409 Tartu
Coordinates 58°22′25.76″N 26°42′24.61″E / 58.3738222°N 26.7068361°E / 58.3738222; 26.7068361Coordinates: 58°22′25.76″N 26°42′24.61″E / 58.3738222°N 26.7068361°E / 58.3738222; 26.7068361
Line(s) Edelaraudtee Eastward Lines
Platforms 2
Tracks 3
Structure type at-grade
Opened 1877
Electrified no

Tartu railway station (Estonian: Tartu raudteejaam) is the main railway station in Tartu, Estonia.

Tartu railway station is situated west of the centre Tartu. It was established in 1876 when Tapa–Tartu route was built.[1] The station building was opened in 1877.

Passenger trains are operated by Elron and most services are towards Tallinn.[2] [3] There are also services to Valga[4] and to Jõgeva, Orava, Koidula and Piusa.[5]

There are two platforms with the length of 260m and 330m.



  1. ^ "A short overview of the history of Tartu". Visittartu.com. Retrieved 18 September 2010.
  2. ^ http://www.edel.ee/images/uploads/file/REISIVEDU_ALATES_26_05_2013/s%C3%B5iduplaan%20_2013_alates_2605_tln_trt(1).pdf
  3. ^ "Archived copy" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2014-01-06. Retrieved 2013-06-13.
  4. ^ http://www.edel.ee/images/uploads/file/REISIVEDU_ALATES_26_05_2013/s%C3%B5iduplaan%20_2013_alates_2605_valga(1).pdf
  5. ^ "Archived copy" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2013-06-12. Retrieved 2013-06-13.

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Previous station
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Train station on eastward passenger lines
Next station
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Towards Valga:
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Towards Koidula:
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