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Dybbølsbro station

Dybbølsbro
S-tog.svg
S-train station
Dybbølsbro Station 02.JPG
Location1706 Ingerslevsgade, Copenhagen
Coordinates55°39′55″N 12°33′34″E / 55.66528°N 12.55944°E / 55.66528; 12.55944
Owned byDSB
History
Opened1 November 1934
Services
Preceding station   S-train   Following station
H
toward Østerport
C
toward Klampenborg
Bx
toward Østerport
B
toward Holte
toward Køge
E
toward Hillerød
A
toward Farum

Dybbølsbro is a central S-train station in Copenhagen, Denmark.

History

The station opened on 1 November 1934 when S-train service was extended from København H to Valby. A fourth platform was inaugurated in 2009.

Platforms

The four platforms are located under Dybbølsbro, a viaduct connecting Kalvebod Brygge and Havneholmen with the rest of Vesterbro across the railway tracks. They are accessed from the bridge with stairs or lifts.

View from the pedestrian and bicycle bridge over the station and across the tracks

Bus station

There is as of 2020 not any proper bus station for scheduled long distance buses. They stop at a sidewalk on Ingerslevsgade, a street between Dybbølsbro and the København H.

In March 2020 the city decided to build a bus station near Dybbølsbro station.[1]

References

External links

Media related to Dybbølsbro Station at Wikimedia Commons