|Location||137 Sønder Boulevard, Copenhagen|
|Opened||11 November 1911 (Mainline) 1 November 1934 (S-train)|
|Closed||1941 (Mainline), 2016 (S-train)|
Enghave station is a former station on the S-train network in Copenhagen, Denmark. The station opened on 11 November 1911. S-train service commenced on 1 November 1934 and was latterly served by trains on Vestbanen and Frederikssundbanen.
Until 1923, the station was called Vester Fælledvej.
The station closed on 3 July 2016, when it was replaced with a new station 200 metres farther west, named Carlsberg station, which connects to the new residential area being built in the Carlsberg neighbourhood.
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