Glauburg-Stockheim station

Glauburg-Stockheim station Glauburg-Stockheim station is a station on the Gießen–Gelnhausen railway in the town of Glauburg in the German state of Hesse. It is also at the end of the Nidda Valley Railway (Niddertalbahn) from Bad Vilbel.

The Oberwald Railway (Oberwaldbahn) to Lauterbach began here from 1 October 1888 until 1 June 1984. The station is classified by Deutsche Bahn (DB) as a category 5 station.The station is located in the area of the Rhein-Main-Verkehrsverbund (Rhine-Main Transport Association, RMV).HistoryThe station was opened on 30 October 1870 with opening of the end of the third section of the Gießen–Gelnhausen railway by the Upper Hessian Railway Company . The station was originally called Stockheim . On 1 October 1888, the Stockheim–Gedern section of the Oberwald Railway was opened. This section was, in effect the oldest part of the Nidda Valley Railway. Exactly 17 years later, on 1 October 1905, the Nidda Valley Railway was extended to the south to Nidderau. There was no through traffic between Bad Vilbel and Lauterbach until 1 June 1907.

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Bahnhofstraße 51
Glauburg
63695

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