Wunstorf station

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Location Wunstorf, Lower Saxony
Coordinates 52°25′20″N 9°27′04″E / 52.42218°N 9.45101°E / 52.42218; 9.45101Coordinates: 52°25′20″N 9°27′04″E / 52.42218°N 9.45101°E / 52.42218; 9.45101
Platforms 6

Wunstorf (German: Bahnhof Wunstorf) is a railway station located in Wunstorf, Germany. The station opened in 1847 and is located on the Hanover–Minden railway and Bremen–Hanover railway. The train services are operated by Deutsche Bahn and WestfalenBahn. The station is also served by the Hanover S-Bahn.

A 6 km / 4 mi single-track spur runs to Bokeloh. It exclusively is used by freight trains operated by OHE carrying potash from a mine.

Train services[edit]

The following services currently call at the station:[1]

  • Regional services RE 1 Norddeich - Emden - Oldenburg - Bremen - Nienburg - Hanover
  • Regional services RE 8 Bremerhaven-Lehe - Bremen - Nienburg - Hanover
  • Regional services RE 60 Rheine - Osnabrück - Minden - Hannover - Braunschweig
  • Regional services RE 70 Bielefeld - Minden - Hannover - Braunschweig
  • Hannover S-Bahn services S1 Minden - Haste - Wunstorf - Hanover - Weetzen - Haste
  • Hannover S-Bahn services S2 Nienburg - Wunstorf - Hanover - Weetzen - Haste
Preceding station   Deutsche Bahn   Following station
RE 1
RE 8
Preceding station   WestfalenBahn   Following station
toward Rheine Hbf
RE 60
RE 70
Preceding station   S-Bahn Hannover   Following station
toward Minden Hbf
toward Haste
toward Nienburg
toward Haste

External links[edit]

Media related to Bahnhof Wunstorf at Wikimedia Commons