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Høje Taastrup station

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Owned by  DSB
Opened  31 May 1986
Platforms in use  3
Address  2630 Taastrup, Denmark
Owner  DSB
Tracks  6
Høje Taastrup station
Location  5 Banestrøget, Taastrup
Electrified  1986 (S-train), 1988 (Mainline)
Similar  Taastrup station, Glostrup station, Valby station, Østerport Station, Hellerup Station

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Høje Taastrup station is a railway station in Høje-Taastrup municipality, Denmark, opened on 31 May 1986.

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The station is one of the largest in Denmark. It is the terminus of S-train services B including a few, weekday mornings extra departures, labeled as B+ but which really isn't a real line, on the Taastrup radial. The station is further served by regional, InterCity and even international trains.

At the south end of the railroad station complex stands "Thor's Tower" (Torstårnet), the tallest sculpture in the Nordic countries. The railway station itself has three distinctive arches, which have become a symbol of the municipality, and have given rise to the moniker "The City of Arches" (Danish: Buernes By, which in a play on words sounds remarkably similar to the phrase Byernes By or "The City of Cities").

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References

Høje Taastrup station Wikipedia


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