Västerås Central Station

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Västerås Central Station
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Location VästeråsVästerås Municipality
Sweden
Coordinates 59°36′26″N 16°33′7″E / 59.60722°N 16.55194°E / 59.60722; 16.55194Coordinates: 59°36′26″N 16°33′7″E / 59.60722°N 16.55194°E / 59.60722; 16.55194
Owned by Västerås Central AB
Operated by SJ AB, Tågkompaniet
Line(s) Mälarbanan
History
Opened 1875

Västerås Central Station (Swedish: Västerås resecentrum or Västerås Centralstation) is a railway station in Västerås, Sweden on the Mälarbanan railway. It was originally designed by Statens Järnvägars Arkitektkontor under ledning av Adolf W. Edelsvärd. The moving and extension of the station and the addition of a new bridge was designed by architects SAR Lars Westerberg and Charlie Gullström at Gullstöm Westerberg Arkitektkontor AB in collaboration with architect SAR Laszlo Marko.

The owner of the station is Västerås Central AB, which is jointly owned by Jernhusen AB (51%) and Västerås stad (49%).[1]

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  1. ^ "Västerås Central AB" (in Swedish). Västerås stad. 16 August 2010. Retrieved 3 September 2010.