|Station code 2953|
Address 25813 Husum, Germany
Platforms in use 4
|DS100 code AHM|
Opened 1 April 1854
|Location Husum, Schleswig-Holstein
Line(s) Marsh Railway (KBS 130) Husum–Kiel railway (KBS 134) Husum–Bad St. Peter-Ording railway (KBS 135) Husum–Erfde railway (closed)
Similar Itzehoe station, Westerland (Sylt) station, Hamburg‑Altona station, Heide (Germany) station, Rendsburg station
Husum station is in Husum in the German state of Schleswig-Holstein. It was built in 1910 and is currently operated by Deutsche Bahn, which classifies it as a category 3 station. A less prestigious predecessor (built in 1854 and demolished in 1910) was located at the northern end of the station, another station (Husum Nord) is to the north of the current main station.
The station is a railway hub, connecting the Westerland–Hamburg line (Marsh Railway) with the route to Husum–Bad St. Peter-Ording line on the Eiderstedt peninsula and the Husum–Jübek line, which connects to the Neumünster–Flensburg line and Kiel.
All lines are now operated by the Nord-Ostsee-Bahn (NOB) service (now a subsidiary of Veolia Verkehr).However, some InterCity trains are operated by Deutsche Bahn.
The station has several platform tracks, but only four of them have a platform that is in use. Trains leave as follows:
All these services stop in Husum about every 30 minutes.
The two central platforms are 76 cm high. The platform on tracks 4 and 5 is 430 metres long, the one on tracks 1-3 is 360 metres long.